Right now, the water supplies located at Cape Town’s Table Mountain is becoming lower and lower. Tax paying residents are growing more and more concerned as the land continues to dry out. Many residents and businesses relied on Table Mountain for running water, so the drought has rightfully caused many to become worried. As important as the dams at Table Mountain are, many residents within the area were not even aware that they existed in the first place.
- Cape town is beginning to run dry and nobody is blaming the water wasters or giving tips on how to conserve water.
- Cape town has always had an odd relationship with water, even though the town was built on its water supply.
- There are five dams that are there to serve the cities water needs.
“It must have been a surreal sight, watching a steam train chuffing men and materials across the mountain plateau at the end of the 19th century.”