Cape Town dam levels increase thanks to the rain parade

2022/06/19 09:57:00

There's always a silver lining, even in the darkest of storms, and the recent winter rain has impacted our dam levels positively, increasing them to 69.1%

There's always a silver lining, even in the darkest storms – and our risen dam levels are a testament to that. Here's more on Cape Town's recent dam levels:

There's always a silver lining, even in the darkest of storms, and the recent winter rain has impacted our dam levels positively, increasing them to 69.1%

Steenbras Lower also deserves some love, as the smaller water body saw a strikingly healthy increase from 59.on June 19, 2022 Cape Town has so many great gems to offer locals and tourists, but there’s more beyond the hustle and bustle of Cape Town’s city limits.Sunday 26 June: Please note: The City does not carry out maintenance from Stage 3 and above of loadshedding.But in order to play, you also need to learn how to build, programme and repair drones.

9% last week to 75.7% a week later.Here are our five favourite day trips from Cape Town.Given our recent history with drought and water scarcity, comparing our levels to last year this time when the overall capacity sat at 75.The supply could be restored at any time, therefore residents should remember to treat all electrical installations as live for the full duration of the interruption.1% can insight an itch of nerves for some Capetonians.Located along the whale route, it’s a popular destination for anyone looking to catch a glimpse of the majestic Southern Right Whale.And of course, we’d love to get back to having our dam levels at 100.

5% as was the case in October last year thanks to the Karoo thundershowers season.Whales aren’t the only point of interest that this bustling town has to offer.Nonetheless, we’re proud to have seen a positive impact from the rain, and to be reminded that the best time to save water is when there is water to save, as the City reminds us all.Also read:.Distance from Cape Town CBD: 121km Average time to get there: 1h 45 min What to see: Voelklip Beach and Fernkloof Nature Reserve The Cederberg Wilderness Located a little over two hours outside of Cape Town, Cederberg is the ideal destination for nature lovers looking to enjoy its untamed beauty.

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