Reservoir levels picking up slowly, says Muni

The Olifantspoort Plant. Photo: @ReagaPLK

POLOKWANE – Reservoir levels are picking up slowly following a shutdown at the Olifantspoort on Wednesday, says the Municipality.

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According to the Municipality, two of the city’s reservoirs are at 0% and some areas in the city including areas in the high catchment including parts of Flora Park, Serala View, Ster Park and Bendor, Ivydale/Park are affected. Some areas in Seshego are also affected.

“All stakeholders and residents are alerted to use water wisely in both the work place and home. Olifantspoort is currently pushing more volumes of water to recover the situation,” says Matshidiso Mothapo, Marketing and Communications manager.

He added that tankers will continue in affected areas.

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