South Africa Preserves Reduced Water Resources

South Africa Preserves Reduced Water Resources
South Africa Preserves Reduced Water Resources

South Africa began saving water after the summer last year, with an average of six rainfalls and above normal temperatures.

According to a report issued by the Ministry of Water and Sanitation, dam levels across the country lowed between 10% and 60% compared to 2018.

Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu announced that they have begun work to reduce water use and avoid the “Day Zero” phenomenon.

Day Zero is a state of dryness of all water resources despite ration and restrictions.


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