Water levels in Western Cape dams continue to rise steadily
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.