Cape Town Residents Warned of Water Disruptions During Service Delivery Work

Cape Town Residents Warned of Water Disruptions During Service Delivery Work

...By Jack Sylva for TDPel Media.

The Cape Town water and sanitation department has informed Cape Town residents about service delivery work to be carried out in the city, which will lead to water disruptions for the next two weeks.


According to TimseLive, the department says that it will conduct work that will result in the intermittent disruption of water supply, as well as low water pressure at times in several areas.

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There are several tests and assessments to be conducted in Vredenberg, Bellair, Oak Glen, La Rochelle, Blomtuin and Blommendal, which may affect water supply from 9pm on Wednesday to 11am on Friday.

Some residents may experience low water pressure, while others may have no water at all.

Affected Areas:

Bakkerskloof in Lynn’s View (Somerset West) from 10 am to 3 pm on Wednesday.

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Bellville CBD, Triangle Farm, Bellville South, Labiance, Greenlands, Glenhaven and Stikland from 7 pm on May 9 to 4.30 am on May 10.



Water disruptions can be a significant inconvenience, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has heightened the importance of access to clean water for hygiene purposes.

The Cape Town water and sanitation department’s warning to residents shows the importance of proactive communication and transparency from authorities about planned service delivery work.

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By informing residents in advance, they can make arrangements to prepare for any potential disruptions, such as stocking up on water supplies or rescheduling activities that require water.

It is essential to have effective communication channels and contingency plans in place to mitigate the impact of water disruptions on residents.


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