Metro water crisis mess up

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Several dams that supply water to the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality are running very low Photo: Lulama Zenzile
Several dams that supply water to the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality are running very low Photo: Lulama Zenzile

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The metro is in a race against time to avoid Day Zero – when the taps completely run dry – with more than 100 areas set to run out of water within two weeks, according to some reports.

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