President Jacob Zuma said he feels that Western Cape does not deserve his attention.
“I don’t have any interest in thinking about other people’s problems we warned them not to vote for the DA”
“If the Western Cape is not ANC why do the want our help. They should ask the gods for rain just like we do I can’t carter for the DA”
Cape Town has tightened water usage restrictions, banning the use of potable water to irrigate gardens, wash cars or top up swimming pools, as it confronts its worst drought on record and a delay to the onset of the winter rainy season.
The level of usable water in dams that supply South Africa’s second-largest city and top tourist attraction dipped below the 10% mark this week, down from 20% a year a ago. While Capetonians cut average daily summer consumption to 666 million liters (176 million gallons), from 1.1 billion liters a year ago, that’s still shy of the city’s 600-million-liter target.