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Sol Plaatje trying to solve Kby's water crisis
14:09 (GMT+2) Mon, 12 Nov 2012
Owen Kock

Kimberley - Kimberley’s water problems should have been declared a state of emergency, although the Sol Plaatje municipality are trying their level best.
 
This is according to Northern Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry CEO, Sharon Steyn. She says water that will for the next two weeks be cut during the night, is a step in the right direction, as this will help with the water levels in reservoirs.

Meanwhile, an irate resident told OFM News, this weekend was once again, very tough.



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