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If you’re headed to Cape Town, be prepared: The city is in the throes of a severe drought and a major water crisis. At current rates of consumption and low rainfall, the city is projecting Day Zero, the date the taps will run dry, to be in late April. What does this mean for tourists headed to the city during the peak summer months? Read my latest in the New York Times.