Cape Town, the beautiful coastal city in South Africa, is set to experience water supply disruptions this week due to essential maintenance work on the water supply infrastructure. The city’s water and sanitation directorate advises residents in affected areas to prepare for the disruptions and arrange alternative water supplies during this period. This article will discuss the planned work in detail and examine its impact on the city’s residents.
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has announced planned maintenance work on the water supply infrastructure in certain areas that will lead to disruptions in water supply. The maintenance work is essential to benefit the residents, and it is regrettable that this may cause inconvenience. The following is what you need to know about the planned maintenance work.
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has announced a series of maintenance works on the water supply infrastructure. These necessary upgrades and repairs are integral for the longterm benefit of customers. However, residents in the affected areas may experience disruptions in their water supply during the maintenance period, which will take place from June 21st to June 23rd.
From June 13 to 16, 2023, the Water and Sanitation Directorate will carry out crucial maintenance work on the city’s water infrastructure to improve services for customers. However, there will be temporary water supply disruptions in some areas of the city.
The Water and Sanitation Directorate has announced planned maintenance work on certain water supply infrastructure in selected areas. The program is part of the Directorate’s proactive infrastructure upgrade and maintenance effort. The work is scheduled to take place between June 13 and June 14 and aims to ensure future continuity of water supply and address the issue of unaccountedfor water. However, residents should be aware that this maintenance work may result in temporary water supply disruptions.
The City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has scheduled a series of maintenance activities for their water supply infrastructure from 7 to 14 June. The planned works include pipe and valve installations, repairs, replacements, and pressure management installations and operations. ## Maintenance Work: Pipes and Valves
The Water and Sanitation Directorate of the City of Cape Town has announced essential maintenance works to improve water supply infrastructure. The scheduled maintenance will involve pipe and valve installations, repairs, and replacements, which will enhance local residents’ water supply services. Despite possible disruptions, the directorate assures the public that the planned upgrades’ longterm benefits will outweigh any temporary inconvenience.
On May 30, 2023, the Water and Sanitation Deputy Minister, Judith Tshabalala, conducted a visit to Rustenburg Local Municipality in North West Province. The purpose of the visit was to assess the water and sanitation challenges that the municipality is facing and propose possible solutions.
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has scheduled a series of critical maintenance works from 29 May to 3 June 2023. The infrastructure upgrades are essential to ensure the continuous supply of water to customers and address unaccountedfor water issues. The following information details the affected areas, work schedule, and how residents can prepare.
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate is set to conduct critical maintenance work on water supply infrastructure. This work will take place from May 19th to May 26th in various parts of the city. The primary objective of this maintenance is to ensure the continuity of water supply and address unaccountedfor water.
The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has scheduled a comprehensive planned maintenance work for the water supply infrastructure in several areas, including Bellville CBD, Triangle Farm, Bellville South, Labiance, Greenlands, Glenhaven, and Stikland. This article provides information on the scope of the maintenance work, its purpose, and how residents can prepare for it.
Water and Sanitation Minister Senzo Mchunu recently assured the residents of Big Five Hlabisa municipality in uMkhanyakude District that the government is working diligently to restore their water supply. The minister made this statement during community engagements held on May 11, 2023, at Mkhaliphi Stadium in eNhlwathi Village and Iholo la Makhosi in Hlabisa.
The City’s Water and Sanitation Directorate has scheduled essential maintenance work on water supply infrastructure from 16th to 19th May 2023. The work aims to preserve the lifespan of pipelines and minimize water waste due to pipe bursts. However, residents within the affected areas should be prepared for possible water supply disruptions.
Water and Sanitation Minister Senzo Mchunu recently visited residents of Big Five Hlabisa Municipality in uMkhanyakude District to discuss the ongoing efforts to restore their water supply. The Minister aimed to assess the progress of refurbishment and upgrading of water schemes in Big Five Hlabisa and Mtubatuba local municipalities. These efforts primarily focused on communities facing significant water challenges in the district.
Mpumalanga Province, located in the northeastern part of South Africa, has experienced a surge in rainfall that has resulted in a significant increase in water levels in various dams and catchment areas. As of the weekly state of reservoirs report dated 08 May 2023, the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has released data indicating that the average dam levels in the province have risen from 98.5% to 98.8%. Although this is a welcome development, residents are still encouraged to conserve water due to the country’s overall water scarcity.
The uMkhanyakude District has been facing ongoing water challenges, prompting Minister of Water and Sanitation Senzo Mchunu to embark on a twoday visit to KwaHlabisa and Mtubatuba municipalities in KwaZuluNatal on May 11 and 12, 2023. The purpose of the visit is to provide comprehensive oversight of the refurbishment and upgrading of water supply schemes following the invocation of Section 63 of the Water Services Act, 108 of 1997, in February last year.