Residents of Tangati, north of Durban, plan to take to the streets on Thursday to protest the lack of water.

Their leaders called for the city to be shut down.

They say that a large part of the district was left without water after the April flood.

The flood destroyed the city’s main sewage treatment plant.

Rock fall at Durban Heights treatment plant causes water shortage:

In mid-July, the contractor started construction on the project worth 31 million rubles and should complete it in four months.

However, since April, residents have been complaining about insufficient water from tankers.

The aim of Thursday’s protest is to force Water and Sanitation Minister Senzo Mchuna to intervene.

The video below reports on the progress of the repair of two flood-damaged aqueducts:

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