The world's first major city at risk of running out of water has pushed back its 'Day Zero'
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Cape Town, a major coastal city in South Africa, is going through one of the worst droughts in its history.

Officials say that there will be a day when the city would be forced to turn off its taps, and people will have to queue up for water.

"Day Zero" was previously scheduled to be in April, then May, but has now been moved to June 4, 2018.

Cape Town has moved back the date on which it expects to run out of water.

After three years of persistent drought, the...


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