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Old 03-21-2018, 04:50 AM
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George is a sleepy town. So sleepy that it is in a coma, the last time I checked.

If the Italians (who are over run with migrants) think the town of George is dangerous then we all are in hell right now.
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Hi Thanks for the reply. I am just happy to know everything is fine there.
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Seems that we are spared the water apocalypse for one more year.

"The recent winter rains pushed the overall level of the City of Cape Town's supply dams up to 42.7% full on Monday, higher than it was at this time in 2017 or 2016.

And despite the recent rains and the dams filling up, Capetonians are still keeping water consumption down, with a collective consumption of 527 million litres a day over the past week.

However, the City has warned that this amount is still higher than the 450 million litres a day required by the national Department of Water and Sanitation, a target Cape Town residents have yet to attain if the water supply is to be sufficient to keep the taps on through next summer.

This week in 2017 Cape Town's dams were 24.3% full; in 2016 they were 35.7%; in 2015 they were 52.8% and in 2014 they were 94.2% full."

https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/N...roken-20180625

Let us hope next year, by the grace of God, we will be able to avert disaster again. I have a feeling this count down to Day Zero thing will become a regular occurrence for years to come.
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Seems that we are spared the water apocalypse for one more year.

"The recent winter rains pushed the overall level of the City of Cape Town's supply dams up to 42.7% full on Monday, higher than it was at this time in 2017 or 2016.

And despite the recent rains and the dams filling up, Capetonians are still keeping water consumption down, with a collective consumption of 527 million litres a day over the past week.

However, the City has warned that this amount is still higher than the 450 million litres a day required by the national Department of Water and Sanitation, a target Cape Town residents have yet to attain if the water supply is to be sufficient to keep the taps on through next summer.

This week in 2017 Cape Town's dams were 24.3% full; in 2016 they were 35.7%; in 2015 they were 52.8% and in 2014 they were 94.2% full."

https://www.news24.com/SouthAfrica/N...roken-20180625

Let us hope next year, by the grace of God, we will be able to avert disaster again. I have a feeling this count down to Day Zero thing will become a regular occurrence for years to come.
Good thing Angus came.
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