Save water or face the music

2018-03-01 06:00

As accusations of political point-scoring and poor leadership plague the City of Cape Town, Day Zero edges closer.

Residents are failing to reach the targets the City hoped to achieve by enforcing the current Level 6B water restrictions.

According to some sources, up to 60% of Capetonians are not adhering to these restrictions. The City is facing one of the worst droughts in living memory.

Capetonians should find ways to save water instead of playing the blame game.

A disaster is looming. Everyone needs to wake up and prepare for the worst before it’s too late.

Cikizwa Sam Kuyasa

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