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It’s great to hear the positive news from Cape Town that the dams are nearly at 70% capacity, day zero has been pushed back and from October The City of Cape Town will lower water restrictions.
In a statement last week, the deputy mayor said: "The enormously positive response from Capetonians when called upon to reduce water usage, as well as advanced pressure and water management programmes by the City, saved the day".
This confident announcement is the result the good rainfall at the beginning of winter, as well as the phenomenal conservation efforts from locals.
Much work is planned over the next few years to improve the City’s water supply for the future, and while water conservation is still very much in place for residents and visitors, the Cape region remains a great place to visit.
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