Water crisis in Cape Town

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Cape Town with its more than four million residents face the worst drought in 100 years and on 22 April, the city council can end all water supply. It can happen if dam levels reach 13.5%.

It will mean that residents will each receive 25 liters a day from the 200 water stations. 20,000 people will have to travel to each station to receive water, and it is expected to lead to unhappiness and even violence.

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