Cape Town – Cape Town's total daily water consumption has increased after reaching a record low of 505 million liters per day.
Last week, the inhabitants of Cape Town consumed an average of 519 million liters per day, 14 million liters more per day than in the previous week
"The reasons for the small increase in consumption are not definitive, but it is possible that The warm, sunny days of last week have impacted the use to some extent, "said Deputy Mayor Ian Said Neilson.
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"Water consumption often fluctuates day by day, and this increase could therefore be considered a normal change of use and we need to continue saving to meet the required 450 million liters per day target.
"It is important that our superhuman efforts to conserve water continue, whether hot or cold. External weather conditions should not affect our water consumption. As a city, we are confident that our consumers will help us stretch the available water in our dams as we approach an uncertain winter period when we simply do not know how much rain we will get and whether it will carry us until summer 201