Cape Town Water Crisis: How To Live With 13 Gallons Of Water A Day | TIME

Cape Town, a coastal paradise of 4 million on the southern tip of South Africa, is to become the first modern major city in the world to completely run dry. On Feb. 1, the mayor’s office here in Cape Town announced new water restrictions, setting a limit of 13 gallons of water per person per day.
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Cape Town Water Crisis: How To Live With 13 Gallons Of Water A Day | TIME

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