Speaker of Tshwane Metro was told inviting Voortrekker organisation youth does not promote transformation.
Some gardens and garages were also damaged by the force of the water.
“From today, members of the three associations will transport commuters from Hammanskraal to Rainbow Junction Station where commuters will then board A Re Yeng into the CBD.”
VIDEO: People were evacuated from their homes.
Once the water supply is restored, residents are urged to use water sparingly to ensure that the reservoir retains its full capacity.
The city agreed to pay workers outstanding overtime salaries.
He said only three of the 105 buses were able to leave the depot this morning and advised commuters to make alternative transport plans while the issue was being resolved.
“Rats and diseases spreading from this dumping site is one concern, but now our safety is being threatened by the illegal squatters living here.”
Illegal connections cost the country R20 billion per year.
A limited number of roaming water tankers have been arranged to supply residents with water.
Water supply in Temba and surrounding areas from 4 to 5 October from 08:00 will be interrupted.