Spike In Cape Town's Water Usage Moves Day Zero Closer
According to the City, Day Zero is when almost all of the taps in the city will be turned off and residents would have to queue for water at approximately 200 sites across the peninsula. Some essential services would stay connected, but almost all residential suburbs would be cut off.
News24Wire, 19 December 2017
Day zero can be expected as soon as April 29, 2018, after high water usage by Cape Town residents over the past week, the City of Cape Town said on Tuesday. Read more »
SAnews.gov.za, 20 December 2017
Cape Town residents' high water usage over this past week has brought "Day Zero" closer, by more than three weeks. Read more »
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