Thirst is upon us

Bad news is upon us once again. The country is drying up and we are left with a few months before our taps run totally dry. This is nothing new to us: Towards the end of last year, the water situation reached near crisis point.

As the anticipated rains delayed, only coming early this year, water rationing was applied because there was a risk of the dams completely drying up. Even with the late rains, the water levels peaked in the northern part of the country, whilst in the southern region, levels remained very low. So, we are not out of the woods yet.

We are a desert country and we have no choice but to adapt. This means, every citizen must make sure to play their part in preserving water; that can be achieved through monitoring the amount of water we are using as individual. 

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