Day zero is fast approaching for Nelson Mandela Bay. While the metro will be the first in the country to run dry, it won't be the last. Drought is a common natural hazard in South Africa, and the country is expected to become drier because of climate change. It's been predicted that by 2030, the country's demand for water will exceed the supply by 17%.
To stop taps from running dry, South Africans are looking for ways to supplement their water supply or go off the grid. There's been a significant increase in demand for water tank and pump installations as households and business owners try to minimise the effects of the water crisis. While the country’s water woes are a concern for locals, it presents a unique opportunity for plumbers and electricians.
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