Cape Town brought in new restrictions on the use of water on 1 January, as South Africa’s Western Cape region faces its worst drought in a century.
The newly implemented “level six” restrictions to face the worst drought that has affected the Western Cape region in 113 years differ depending on who you are:

Nobody can use the city’s drinking water to water their garden, fill swimming pools or wash cars;
Farmers have had to reduce consumption by 60 percent compared to the corresponding period pre-drought (in 2015);
Institutions and businesses are required to cut their consumption almost in half.
As for residents, they may not use more than 87 litres per person per day in total, which is not even enough for a 10-minute shower.