Breaking news for everyone who loves Cape Town!
The water crisis in the Mother City has certainly made a few headlines this year in the UK, with horror stories of water about to run out, and tales of people having to queue at standpipes in the street. However, the city has just announced that 'Day Zero' has been pushed back even further thanks to water saving efforts made by its residents, not to mention the monumental amount of rain the city has recently experienced. This fantastic news means that there will be no 'Day Zero' in 2018 or 2019, let the celebrations begin!
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