Sunday, December 20, 2020

Water restored to most parts of Khayelitsha

The City of Cape Town’s Water and Sanitation Department has restored water supply to most parts of Khayelitsha. This after a pipe broke at the corner of Pama and Lwandle Streets on Friday, affecting the greater area.

‘’Please note that the water pressure is low whilst the repair to the pipe break is being conducted. Technical teams are still trying to fix a valve, but are considering capping the main as an alternative if it can offer a quicker resolution,’’ it said in a statement.

The municipality said that water tankers will be stationed in central areas for locations without water, until the disruption is resolved.

The City of Cape Town says tankers are located at the following locations:

        E section stationed at Lathitha Ilanga, Mkhonto street

        S, T and Y sections at Bangiso and Thandazo/Ntandazo streets

        A, B, C sections at Ngalo Street and E section at Ntlalo Street

        Bonga and Pama Roads


The City asked residents to observe social distancing, wear masks and exercise patience, whilst queueing for water.

‘’The City regrets the inconvenience caused by the disruption, but are using all available resources to resolve the issue.’’

 PHOTO: City of Cape Town - Residents queuing to get water 

Done By: Mitchum George


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