Dating buzz cape town
The bleak Moody's report also predicts a threat to public health as a result of poor sanitation.
Latest consumption reports a daily draw on Cape Town's mains supplies of 586 million litres per day, well over the 500 million litres per day target which was set six months ago.
Cape Town has been warned it faces riots as it prepares for 'the worst crisis any city has faced since 9/11' with water due to run out by April 12.
Bottled water is being rationed in shops in the South African tourist destination to prevent panic-buying and hoarding ahead of its taps running dry.
The army and police are on standby to be deployed to 200 points where up to 20,000 people will have to wait for their daily ration of 25 litres (6.6.
gallons) in a massive, indefinite operation that threatens to bankrupt the city and force hospitals, schools and businesses to close.
The Western Cape's premier, Helen Zille, warned that 'as things stand' the challenge 'exceeds anything a major city has had to face anywhere in the world since the Second World War or 9/11'.
Cape Town has a population of four million and attracts more than 1.5million visitors a year, most of them during its peak summer season from December to March.
The tourism industry has reported a dip in numbers, but the hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers who are currently in the city have been told to 'live like a local'.
The scenic Hout Bay Valley is 25 minutes from the Waterfront and centre of Cape Town, 30 minutes from the airport, and conveniently close to golf courses, wine estates and the beaches of the Atlantic coastline.
It`s first class restaurants, hiking trails, yachting and boating facilities, and its scenic beauty, make it one of the gems of the Cape Peninsula - a place where every wave is a holiday.
The buildings are set out in a lush garden of exceptional beauty.