Water restrictions still in effect


There have recently been questions asked on social media about water restriction in the area

Water usage restrictions, imposed by Ndlambe Municipality late last year, are still in effect, and visitors and residents are asked to continue saving water to avoid further water restrictions.

Although Cape Town’s dire situation is currently the main focus of attention, the Eastern Cape is also experiencing water shortages and restrictions are in effect around the province.

The use of municipal water for watering gardens, grassed area, flowerbeds, sports fields, bowling greens, golf greens and fairways, croquet lawns, turf wickets, ploughing fields is prohibited. So is the topping-up or filling of fountains, ornamental ponds and the like. The filling of swimming and paddling pools as washing paved areas, walls, roofs, building and similar structures is also prohibited.

More on restrictions, here.



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