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Johannesburg Water announces Water disruptions for December

On 3 December, Johannesburg Water says a total of seven suburbs will experience water disruptions which will impact all the streets.

Johannesburg Water

Johannesburg Water announces outages for first week of December. Pixabay.com

With December around the around, Johannesburg Water has cautioned customers about suburbs to experience water disruptions in the first week.

JOHANNESBURG WATER LISTS SUBURBS AFFECTED IN DECEMBER

On 3 December, a total of seven suburbs will experience water disruptions which will impact all the streets.

Areas affected include Observatory, Cyrildene, Bruma, Kensington, Bezuidenhout Valley, Lorentzville and Bertrams.

The impact will be no water from 8am to 8pm.

The reason for the water disruptions is repairing the main supply line along the bridge.

ESTATE ALSO FACING WATER DISRUPTIONS

Furthermore, Johannesburg Water also announced an outage at Houghton Estate on 6 December. 12th Avenue (between Central and 4th Streets) will be without water from 7am to 5pm on the day.
The reason for the interruption is the connection of the new pipe.

RAND WATER NOTICES HIGH WATER CONSUMPTION

Meanwhile, Rand Water has noticed a high consumption of water by consumers which has been exacerbated by the heat wave.

The bulk water supplier released a statement on Monday, 27 November, urging consumers to use water sparingly.
“Technical meetings between Rand Water and the Gauteng Metros continue to take place daily. However, due to the current heat wave, there is noticeable high consumption by consumers. We therefore request consumers to use water sparingly to ensure equitable supply and provisions to all,” said Rand Water.

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Furthermore, the bulk water supplier advised residents to drink enough water to maintain an adequate level of hydration.

“We advise consumers and citizens to drink enough water to stay hydrated and prevent heat strokes. However, we request consumers and citizens to adhere to their respective metros by-laws and avoid watering their gardens during stipulated time frames as per their metros’ water conservation by-laws,” the entity said.

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