City of Cape Town to give update on Day Zero

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File: If schools in the Western Cape have their taps turned off on Day Zero, 1.1 million children could be left stranded without water.

File: If schools in the Western Cape have their taps turned off on Day Zero, 1.1 million children could be left stranded without water.

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File: If schools in the Western Cape have their taps turned off on Day Zero, 1.1 million children could be left stranded without water.

File: If schools in the Western Cape have their taps turned off on Day Zero, 1.1 million children could be left stranded without water.

CAPE TOWN - The City of Cape Town will provide an update on Day Zero projections and progress on its water augmentation programme.

Officials will cover the latest projections and unpack the decline in urban water consumption over the past weeks.

The City of Cape Town&39;s online water dashboard still has the date as 9 July.

READ: &39;Day zero&39; pushed back further to July

The water restrictions have been in effect since 1 February.

Residents are required to decrease their daily use to 50 litres per person per day or less.