Water levels are where they were at the end of Winter 2017 but water should still be used sparingly.
Capetonians can expect some relief from the ongoing drought this week.
The Sunday Times has admitted to breaking the press code by failing to alert readers to sponsored content, the DA has claimed.
Residents are still required to use 50 litres of water or less per day, however.
Authorities say drilling is underway to get at the remaining water in the Western Cape dam.
Cooperative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen says there’s no scientific basis for Day Zero
Level 6B restrictions mean daily consumption dips to 50 litres per person per household.