Joburg Water working to prevent water cuts during load-shedding

JOHANNESBURG - The City of Johannesburg says it's doing all it can to ensure residents don't experience water cuts during load-shedding.

Joburg residents were warned of possible water cuts as a result of load-shedding.

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The city's MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Services, Nico de Jager, stated load-shedding has had a major influence on infrastructure. 

Joburg Water and City Power have reached an agreement that Eikenhof would not be load-shed as it is one of the largest water income points in the city.

De Jager said they are in communication with City Power to minimise the chance of water-shedding for Joburg residents. 

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eNCA