Johannesburg Water Reservoirs that were isolated now opened

MEDIA STATEMENT
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Date: 24 June 2022
Time: 21h30

Johannesburg Water Reservoirs that were isolated now opened

Johannesburg Water’s infrastructure was isolated on 22 June 2022 to aid in the continuing search for Khayalethu Magadla, in the last stretch of the sewer line leading to the wastewater treatment works.

Customers are informed that the reservoirs are now opened, and it will take about 4 to 5 hours for full restoration of the network.

The affected reservoirs supply the following areas:

Doornkop West Reservoir: parts of the following areas will be affected:
Thulani, Lufhereng, Doornkop, Protea Glen, Protea City, Dobsonville Gardens, Green Village, Slovoville and Dobsonville.

Chiawelo Reservoir: parts of the following areas will be affected
Chiawelo, Klipriversoog, Dhlamini, Protea Glen, Protea Gardens, Protea South, Protea North and Mapetla

Protea Glen Direct Feed:
All extensions of Protea Glen

Zondi Reservoir: parts of the following areas will be affected
Tladi, Naledi, Emdeni, Moletsane, Zondi, Doornkop, Zola, Protea, Protea North, Protea Glen, Protea North Ext 1, Jabulani, Mofolo North and Jabavu Central Western

JW thanks residents for patience and understanding during this period and apologises for the inconvenience caused.

ENDS