Western Cape Gov. gives additional R82.5m for drought, then it rains…

Cape Town- the Western Cape Cabinet has approved an additional R82.5m to the provincial Department of Local Government for drought augmentation projects, a statement said on Thursday 

“This brings the total amount allocated by the department on water augmentation projects since 1 April 2017 to R108.7m,” said James-Brent Styan, spokesperson for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and Development Planning MEC Anton Bredell.

The extra MONEY will focus on municipalities bordering the City of Cape Town, and which rely on the same water supply system as the city. The funds will go towards measures to avoid running out of water there.
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