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Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Minister Zweli Mkhize has declared the prevailing water crisis affecting multiple provinces a national state of disaster.
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The judgment has been described as "a watershed ruling" for the preservation of Cape Town's rivers, floodplains and wetlands.
Major water-infrastructure projects have been critically delayed, and no alternative solution has been sought to close the water supply-demand gap.
How the city handles the water crisis will be instructive for the rest of the world.
Des van Rooyen says this will allow more finances to be released for drought relief, nationally.
The Western Cape provincial government has been criticised for using the term, 'Day Zero'.
The city needs to continue to welcome visitors, but also guide them towards spending time in less water-stressed areas.
The only dam supplying the area is at a critical level.