Western Cape dams are still at impressive levels as the province has now exited the winter rainy-season.
The province’s major dams currently stand at more than 81% – last year, this time, also standing at around the same level.
Dams, supplying water to the Mother City, are currently still at almost 100% capacity.
Spokesperson for the Western Cape department of Environment, James-Brent Styan.
For the latest dam level measurements, click here.
The total capacity of dams supplying the Cape Town metro decreased by 0,30% in the last week, from 99,8% the previous week to 99,5%.
— City of Cape Town (@CityofCT) October 5, 2021