Cape Town, a major coastal city in South Africa, is going through one of the worst droughts in its history.
Officials say that there will be a day when the city would be forced to turn off its taps, and people will have to queue up for water.
"Day Zero" was previously scheduled to be in April, then May, but has now been moved to June 4, 2018.
Cape Town has moved back the date on which it expects to run out of water.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - South Africa's worst drought in over a century has pushed around 50,000 below the poverty line, the World Bank said on Wednesday.
Cape Town, a coastal paradise of 4 million on the southern tip of South Africa, is to become the first modern major city in the world to completely run dry.
After years of drought, Cape Town, South Africa, could become the world's first major city to run out of water. The crisis has resulted in severe water restrictions. CBS News correspondent Debora Patta reports.
With fewer than 95 days left before they run dry, Cape Town might become the first major city in the world to run out of water. The coastal South African city has been battling droughts for nearly three years, amounting to the worst...