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Theewaterskloof dam shown in January. It is one of the major dams supplying water to Cape Town. (Supplied)
Theewaterskloof dam shown in January. It is one of the major dams supplying water to Cape Town. (Supplied)

Cape Town – With the City of Cape Town set to intensify water restrictions, a Facebook group is on a mission to make every drop of water count.

Water Shedding Western Cape grew to over 24 000 members on Wednesday. They share water-saving tips, ask advice, and spread awareness of the need to save water.  

Since the group was started in January 2016, scores of residents recorded how they saved water, the group's creator Andrew Sokolic said.

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