Published on Jan 14, 2018
The people of Cape Town, South Africa are experiencing the worst drought in over a Century. And now, they are bracing themselves for the dreaded day known as Day Zero. The day around four months from now is when experts predict the City’s taps could run dry. Authorities have implemented Level Six water restrictions as of the first of January, which limits every person to the use of no more than 87-liters of water per day and less than 10,500 litres of water a month, per average household.