President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is impressed with the effort to push back Day Zero in the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro in the Eastern Cape. He dedicates his 67-minute act of kindness to solving the water crisis in this metro.
The President visited the Nooitgedacht Water Treatment Plant on Monday together with Water and Sanitation Minister Senzo Mchunu and Eastern Cape Premier Lubabalo Oscar Mabuyane.
Ramaphosa called for unity in solving the water crisis.
“If we all work together, we can overcome the challenges and difficulties that we face. I am concerned about the water challenges (here in Gqeberha) and now I see that all levels of government are doing everything they can to solve the problem and push back day zero and they have said they will push it further. and further back.”
president @CyrilRamaphosa Pam Yako, the chairperson of the Amatola Water Management Board, informed him about the measures taken #AvoidingDayZero. The Nelson Mandela Bay Metro is facing an unprecedented drought crisis and efforts are underway with all stakeholders to reduce consumption. pic.twitter.com/Pcb9d9R7KN
— Presidency | South Africa 🇿🇦 (@PresidencyZA) July 18, 2022
President Ramaphosa pleased with efforts to delay Day Zero in Nelson Mandela Bay – SABC News
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