Cape Town’s water situation gets more dire with each passing day, as the city’s self-proclaimed ‘Zero Day’ looms large. Residents have been asked to limit the amount of water they use each day, but the city’s mayor says it’s advice that’s rarely followed. With concern over the crisis mounting and people scrambling to ensure they’re prepared for a world without readily accessible water, the city’s economic divide has never been more apparent.
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