Burst pipe leaves Linden and surrounds without water

Joburg Water has told residents it’s working on restoring the water supply in Linden and surrounding areas, following a burst pipe.

Joburg Water spokesperson, Hilgard Mathews, spoke to Stephen Grootes about the affected areas and times when water supply will be restored.

Linden Tower 1 (should be restored) within the next hour, and Kensington during the next 2 - 3 hours won't be having any water. The reservoirs will be without water around 5 - 6pm this afternoon. We are asking all residents in the are to use water sparingly.

Hilgard Mathews, Joburg Water

Kensington says Joburg Water will update residents between 4 - 5pm this afternoon.

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