Some informal settlements in Cape Town without water during Covid-19, says SJC

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Xanthea Limberg says budget constraints have affected her department (Jaco Marais, Netwerk24)
Xanthea Limberg says budget constraints have affected her department (Jaco Marais, Netwerk24)

Concerns are growing about informal settlements in Cape Town which have been left without water for several days.

The alarm was raised by the Social Justice Coalition (SJC), which says that some communities have been deprived of basic services.

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