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Apart from that one "craz...

" /> May 2017 Harfield Village Newsletter

Apart from that one "crazy" downpour last month the rains have unfortunately still not arrived in the way that we need them to, in order to alleviate the current water situation. So as the water restrictions enter phase 4, please keep conserving water by using as much grey water as possible.

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Apart from that one "crazy" downpour last month the rains have unfortunately still not arrived in the way that we need them to, in order to alleviate the current water situation. So as the water restrictions enter phase 4, please keep conserving water by using as much grey water as possible.

Click here to read more info about the phase 4 Water restrictions. Ensure none of your taps or pipes are leaking and remember that filling your swimming pool or washing your car is now strictly forbidden, using potable water. Ignoring the restrictions is considered an incredibly selfish act that only puts a strain on our already diminished water supply.

For a glimpse of how dire this situation is, check out this video clip. Furthermore, Premier Helen Zille has declared the Western Cape a disaster area and the City of Cape Town has issued a critical warning urging people to cut back as much as possible.