The City of Windhoek has warned of water supply interruption from bulk supplier, NamWater, due to damages to the main water supply pipeline between Okahandja and Windhoek. The city reassured that water levels in the reservoirs are at reasonable levels, ranging between 60 and 75 percent on average and they have activated the borehole scheme to augment the current shortfall with the reclamation Plant also producing at full capacity. Nevertheless should supply from NamWater not be restored timeously reservoir levels may reach critically low levels, and residents are therefore requested to use water sparingly.
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