#WaterCrisis: ‘I pledge to #SaveWater because #EveryDropCounts’

Photo: Nkululeko Ngubane, Twitter.

With the current water crisis in Cape Town, South Africans have taken to social media to pledge their participation in the #SaveWater and #EveryDropCounts campaigns in an effort to create awareness.


Day Zero

Day Zero in the Western Cape has been a trending topic since it was announced last year. Capetonians face the probability of their taps running dry in April this year and the province has been scrambling to put measures in place before the deadline.

Posted by Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality on Wednesday, 20 December 2017




Residents of these drought-stricken areas now make do with water rationing with specific litres placed on the amount of water an individual can use. Do your part to #SaveWater by checking out these 5 water saving tech products because #EveryDropCounts.



In conjunction with this crisis in the Western Cape, Level 1 water restrictions have been in place in Johannesburg for quite some time. However, since many residents of our city were unaware, Johannesburg Water put together a few fun illustrations to create awareness about daily water usage. Become more conscious of how much water you use by clicking here.



Also read:

Eastern Cape water crisis worsens

Cape Town’s spring water wasted while the water crisis escalates

#howmuchwateriuse: How much water do YOU really use on a daily basis?

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Nikita Fernandes

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