POLOKWANE – According to the municipality’s marketing and communications manager, Matshidiso Mothapo, the municipality are deploying water tankers to affected areas in Seshego and Ext 34 to provide temporary relief.
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“The Seshego reservoir is currently at 0% due to repairs on the Specon line from Olifantspoort yesterday. However, last night, Lepelle Northern Water reported that repairs are done and they have started the process of filling the reservoirs,” he explained.
More water will be diverted to Ext 34 and Seshego reservoirs to speed up recovery, which is expected later in the day as the reservoirs are empty.
The municipality has apologised for the inconvenience caused.