Water rationing will be introduced in large parts of Durban, one of South Africa's main cities, following damage caused to infrastructure in April's floods, the local water company has said.
Different areas of the port city will receive water on a rotational basis. This plan will begin on Monday and be in place for the next 12 months at least.
In a statement, the local authority and the water company said the heavy rains caused "extensive damage to two raw water pipelines" that connected the city's water supply to a nearby dam.
More than 400 people died after devastating floods wrought havoc in the area.
Tens of thousands of people were also forced from their homes after mudslides submerged and swept away houses.