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Residents in Algoa Park in Gqeberha fill their containers with drinking water from a tanker. The area’s water supplies have all but run dry Photo: Edrea du Toit
Residents in Algoa Park in Gqeberha fill their containers with drinking water from a tanker. The area’s water supplies have all but run dry Photo: Edrea du Toit

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People living in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro have been using water just as lavishly as before, despite the fact that their Day Zero – the day all taps run dry – is very close.

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