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Water-saving shower-heads to be distributed in drought-stricken Cape Town

JOHANNESBURG, December 12 – Smaller tourism establishments in the City of Cape Town are set to benefit from the distribution of water-saving shower-heads to assist them during the worst drought in living memory. Wesgro — Cape Town and the Western Cape’s official tourism, trade and investment promotion agency — will on Wednesday kick-off the distribution […]

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