With South Africa’s power system shut down, most residents have had to cut down on drinking water.

    The government has decided to close most of the country’s 1,500 water-treatment plants.

    Water treatment plants have been shut down across South Africa and a number of neighbouring countries including Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Namibia, Zambia, Namibian and Namibians, as well as the British Virgin Islands.

    Many residents have resorted to taking bottled water from neighbouring countries and taking the water home, but many others have not.

    Water is also still being piped in from neighbouring areas and from some areas of Zimbabwe and Namibia.

    Here is what you need to know about the water shortage.

    What happens next?

    South Africa has closed the entire country’s water supply system to the public and is planning to shut down its entire water system for three months to ensure the supply of safe drinking water continues uninterrupted.

    The country is also preparing for an unprecedented drought in the months ahead.

    In South Africa water shortages are not unique to the country, as other countries in Africa have also had to deal with the shortage.

    Water shortages have been a big concern in the UK, where there has been a long-running drought in parts of the north of England.

    According to the Royal Society of Medicine, a severe water crisis in the south-east of the UK is due to an oversupply of groundwater from mining and a lack of treatment plants in the region.

    It has been estimated that as much as half of the population in England have been drinking water from untreated sewage or rivers, with many areas of London and other cities reporting shortages.

    The UK is also facing a huge water shortage in Wales, with the government announcing last month that it would temporarily shut down public water supplies.

    With the supply shut down by the authorities, water users have been forced to use water filters to save their water.

    Some of the water that people have been using in their homes, businesses and farms has been polluted by the pollution, leading to a significant increase in the risk of catching the disease cholera.

    Other countries in Europe and the US have also been dealing with water shortages, but the US has a long history of using water supplies as a public good.

    The US and the UK are both based on a model of shared sovereignty, with shared water rights, which means the US will have the exclusive right to provide its citizens with clean water while the UK will have a duty to ensure that all of its citizens have access to safe drinking-water.

    There are other countries that have had shortages.

    In the UK and the USA, water supplies are being cut off by the government as a precautionary measure.

    How can I get my water shut-off if I have no access to it?

    To make sure that you can still get water from your home, you can use bottled water, tap water, or from local water companies.

    However, you may have to ask your water company to use the tap water you already have for drinking or bathing purposes.

    This is because the water companies in South African cities have had their taps and water pipes blocked off and some people have not been able to tap their own water.

    For example, many South African households use bottled drinking water and tap water.

    In addition, some of the tap and water systems are being used by private water companies and there are restrictions on how much water they can sell to the government.

    You can check your local water company’s website to see if they have tap or tap water that you could use for drinking and bathing.

    What is water shortage?

    A water shortage is when the supply is not adequate.

    Water shortages are caused by an overuse of water resources in the country and can be caused by a number the causes.

    Some of the major causes of water shortages include: a lack or shortage of treatment capacity or technology, the overuse or over-use of land for agriculture, waste disposal, and pollution.

    A lack of drinking water is another major cause of a water shortage, and people are often forced to turn to water purification for water purifications, which can be expensive.

    An overuse water system can also lead to the development of diseases like cholestasis, which are caused when water enters the body through the nose and travels into the bloodstream.

    Water purification systems have been developed to reduce water pollution.

    Some people also rely on water filters and water-purification devices.

    Why is water rationing happening?

    The water ration system is a new measure introduced by the South African government to help alleviate the water scarcity.

    This means that people will have to pay a monthly fee for water, which will be distributed among those who can pay.

    Water will be used for a number and is allocated based on the needs of the area.

    If people cannot pay their monthly fee, the water will be turned into potable water. However