The sustained winter rainfall has seen dam levels in the Western Cape continue to rise. The average level for dams across the Western Cape for the week starting on Monday was 36.3%‚ compared to 22.8% for the same period last year. Last week at this time the level was 31.5%. The dams feeding the City of Cape Town are now at 42.7%‚ compared to 24.2% in 2017. This represents a rise of about 4.5 percentage points over the past week.

Dam levels to June 24..

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