Water levels in Western Cape dams continue to rise but authorities warn that the drought is far from over. The major dams in and around Cape Town were 31.8% full on Monday — up from 29.8% a week ago and 20.9% a year ago, according to the city’s water dashboard. The Theewaterskloof Dam — vital for the city of Cape Town — is 21.3% full. That is compared with 20% a this time last week and 14.9% in 2017.

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