Herzlia High School will be hosting a Water Summit on 15 February to discuss the issue of water shortages in Cape Town solutions to avoid Day Zero.
A number of experts in the field, as well as other Cape Town schools, have been invited to participate and provide constructive ideas to deal with the drought.
CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies spoke to Herzlia student Jered Shorkend who sparked the idea and the head of Drought Committee at the school, Alon Katz.
The summit entails meeting and collaborating to discuss the water saving measures that each school takes so that we exchange ideas.— Jered Shorkend, Drought Committee at Herzlia
The speakers will inform the schools about the greater situation in terms of the drought.— Jered Shorkend, Drought Committee at Herzlia
Alon Katz explains the schedule for the summit. He say there will be time for brainstorming after the sessions.
The summit will be taking place on Thursday 15 February from 2-5pm at Herzlia High School.
To hear the rest of the interview, listen below: