#Africa : South Africa celebrates Youth Month
Published on 18 Jun 2018, 7:37
A Cape Town man has designed an app to help the city’s water saving efforts. It gives the latest information on the crisis, such as dam levels and residents’ water usage. The Western Cape is currently experiencing its worst drought in a-hundred years.
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