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Drought in Cape Town, South Africa (Business Insider, Hilary Brueck)
02.Feb.2018
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Business Insider: After three years of persistent drought, the government is warning that "Day Zero" — when they will be forced to turn off the faucets — will be April 16, 2018. That's when reservoirs and water sources will hit 13.5% capacity, at which point the city will move most residents to a strict bucket- and jug-based water rationing system.

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