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World Wildlife Fund (WWF) South Africa will be publishing a Wednesday Water File to help households and businesses in the Western Cape to prepare for life beyond Day Zero.

The Wednesday Water file will ask and answer questions that are necessary to prepare for Day Zero and beyond.

Christine Colvin, Senior Manager Freshwater Programme at WWF SA, says the WWF saw it fit to present proper and validated information to everyone who is concerned and affected by the water issue in Cape Town.

We are going to be tackling different topics over the next 10 weeks. The First topic will look at is Day Zero coming and what is Day Zero going to look like.

Christine Colvin, Senior Manager Freshwater Programme at WWF SA

In the next 10 weeks, we are going to tackle topics that are going to look at how are we going to survive beyond Day Zero, what do people need to know if you have a borehole, what are we going to do with our sanitation.

Christine Colvin, Senior Manager Freshwater Programme at WWF SA

Colvin says the only way to push back Day Zero is for every Capetonian to save water becasue it is not clear how much water the City is going lose in the next two months through evaporation.

Treat the little water we have in our taps as if we are already in Day Zero.

Christine Colvin, Senior Manager Freshwater Programme at WWF SA

To hear more of this conversation with Christine Colvin, listen below:

This article first appeared on CapeTalk : WWF Wednesday Water File: validated info on how to handle Day Zero

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