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Turnaround in THEEWATERSKLOOF DAM level described as ‘INCREDIBLE’

Turnaround in THEEWATERSKLOOF DAM level described as ‘INCREDIBLE’

29 September 2020


The City of Cape Town’s dams are nearly filled to capacity.

Officials said that dams supplying water to the Western Cape were nearly 80% full.

The Karoo region’s water supply, in particular the agriculture sector, is however still a concern.


Provincial Local Government spokesperson, James-Brent Styan, urged residents to keep using water sparingly.

“We see the Theewaterskloof Dam, the biggest dam in the province, at 99.57% full, so literally almost 100% full which would be an incredible turnaround from a dam that was in very severe distress only two-and-a-half years ago. The Clanwilliam Dam is 100% full.”


Source: Eyewitness News



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