DAY ZERO: drought and resentment in Cape Town (PART II)
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Many users accuse the managers of not having acted with enough foresight to face this crisis in an area that has previously been affected by other droughts. In addition, there are 22,000 private wells in the city. If, as it is expected, when the restriction reaches 50 liters per inhabitant a day, the owners start using these waters without previous analysis and treatment, the catastrophe will be even greater.
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