South African town running out of water – BBC News

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Authorities in South Africa’s Nelson Mandela Bay are racing to prevent taps from running dry.

“Day Zero”, when the water supply runs out, will see close to two million residents without water.

A prolonged drought and poor management of water infrastructure have been blamed for the crisis.

A strict water-saving regime has been implemented to try and help the town cope.

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