While club cricket has been called off this season in drought-hit Cape Town, there seems to be no threat to internationals in the city for now. Still, the upcoming Australia Test cuts close to April 12, earmarked as Day Zero
Officials in Cape Town, South Africa say the popular tourist city is 92 days away from having to shut off most water taps because of a severe drought. They are calling it "day zero." Debora Patta reports from one of the city's dams.
South Africa’s second-largest city is facing its worst drought in a century, with its water supply expected to run dry April 21. They’re calling it “Day Zero.” In this city of 4 million, people will have to line up in the streets at...
The entire third day of the Newlands Test was lost to rain, although there might not have been too many people complaining as a result considering Cape Town is in the middle of a severe drought
With experts predicting Cape Town will run out of water in mid-April, residents have been told to limit usage to 50 litres per person per day.