Tag Archives: Level 6B

City of Cape Town admits that it cannot augment water supply in time to prevent Day Zero, implements Level 6B water restrictions!

One of the last statements by Mayor Patricia de Lille was her announcement of the most stringent water restrictions to date, effective from today 1 February, at Level 6B, reducing consumption to 50 liters per person per day, an admission that the City of Cape Town is unable to augment Cape Town’s water supply in time, to prevent Day Zero (now moved back to 16 April)! De Lille has since been silenced and removed from all matters relating to the Cape Town water crisis!  Continue reading →

Water Day Zero brought forward by nine days, to 12 April 2018!

For the first time Cape Town Deputy Mayor Ian Neilson has issued a statement about the City of Cape Town’s dire water shortage situation, after taking over the responsibility for the water situation for the city, as well as its communication. Current Mayor Patricia de Lille has been suspended from all water-related issues and its communication! Sadly the Deputy Mayor has announced that water-saving measures are not meeting targets, and therefore Day Zero has been brought forward by nine days to 12 April, from 21 April previously!  Continue reading →