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29 Nov 2018 16:18
Tariffs will also be lowered. If residents use less than 6 000 litres per month, they can expect to pay 35.5% less. (Reuters)
The City of Cape Town is expected to lower water restrictions from Level 5 to Level 3 from December 1, it has announced.
This means that Capetonians will be able to use 105 litres a day, each – up from 70 litres a day, Mayor Dan Plato said.
Tariffs will also be lowered. If residents use less than 6 000 litres per month, they can expect to pay 35.5% less.
Information on reduced water and sanitation tariffs can be found
here and frequently asked questions about Level 3 restrictions can be found here.
Here are the guidelines that the City has provided for Level 3 water usage:
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