Water shortage in Lorraine to be restored by 2pm

Water shortages being experience in Lorraine at the moment are as a result of a burst pipe in the area, according to the ward councillor for the area.

Ward Councillor Gustav Rautenbach said the municipality was aware of the burst pipe and were busy working on rectifying the problem and that water should be restored by 2pm today.

Rautenbach said anyone from the area who were affected by the burst pipe, who needed water urgently, could contact his office on 041 368 7008 in the interim


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