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FCO Update: South Africa 13 Nov 18
10:08am, 13 November 2018: Latest update: This advice has been reviewed in full; Summary – revised information on water consumption in the Western Cape; Health section – revised guidance on sources of health information before travel.
The Western Cape has suffered a prolonged drought, but the situation has improved. The Cape Town municipal region was most affected but water restrictions were reduced in October 2018. If you’re planning to travel to the area, you should be mindful of water consumption and comply with local restrictions. Further information can be found at the Water Western Cape website and the latest projections on water supply.