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Cape Town Day Zero Harare water lessons

HARARE - The April 16 Day Zero is beckoning for Cape Town but the resort city’s peers in Harare say Capetonian businesses, travellers and residents need not look no further for ways to manage the situation than just across the Limpopo, to a struggling Zimbabwe whose capital city, Harare, has had water problems for a long time. Drought conditions have meant declining water reservoir levels in Cape Town, a popular city for tourists from across the world.
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