The Steenbras lower dam is officially 100 years old this week. The City of Cape Town has now revealed new budget plans for the dam.
The dam levels may have dropped but the Western Cape government says water levels are much better than they were a year ago.
Heavy rain, hail and snowfall in the Western Cape this winter – particularly in recent weeks – has seen official dam levels in the province jump to in excess of 100% of capacity.
The heavy rain, hail and snowfall in the Western Cape, particularly in recent weeks, has seen the official dam levels in the province jump to in excess of 100% of capacity.
The capacity of dams supplying the Cape Town metro increased by another 1.9% in the last week bringing it one step closer to 100% full.
There’s a real chance that the Cape Town dams could reach FULL CAPACITY in the coming days – thanks to a recent surge in water levels.
The latest weekly report by the Department of Water and Sanitation shows that SA dam levels have been on the rise.
The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee has supported the City’s decision to lift water restrictions. Here’s when it will take effect.
While Capetonians rejoice the miraculous turnaround in water security, other parts of the country continue to struggle with near-empty dams.
The rain has doused the south-west over the weekend, and the Cape Town dams are on the verge of bursting – but can we say they’re full yet?
The Theewaterskloof Dam in the Western Cape, has made a miraculous comeback after significant rainfall and we’re not complaining one bit.
Now this is what we’d call a sight for sore eyes: The snaps, taken from space, show how water has surged back to Theewaterskloof since 2017.
Theewaterskloof, the biggest dam in the Mother City, hit new heights this week – and the Cape Town dam levels may just be days away from ‘the unthinkable’.
Our citizens in the south-west have waited years for news like this, but the Cape Town dam levels continue to soar – and more rain is on the way.
From the despair of day zero in 2017, to closing in on the 100% mark during 2020: The Cape Town dam levels have had a wild ride over the past five years.
The Cape Town dam levels are now so high, the city is set to consider lowering tariffs and water restrictions. Here are this week’s incredible numbers.
The figures – boosted by a storm surge – are jaw-dropping, and represent one of the biggest weekly increases in recent history for the Cape Town dam levels.
The Cape Town dam levels made a spectacular pivot in the right direction this week, and even the reserves at Theewaterskloof have boomed.
The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) has expressed concerned regarding the latest national dam level figures.
Although things look better than they did last year for the Cape Town dam levels, the scale of the water losses since the start of January is staggering.
The Cape Town dam levels are struggling to handle the heat this week – here’s all the latest water-related news from the Western Cape.
With dam levels dangerously low and taps running dry, vandals are allegedly stealing crucial infrastructure.
The Cape Town dam levels have declined as expected. So, we’re doing something different this week, and looking at Theewaterskloof’s remarkable recovery.
There’s been some ups and downs for the Cape Town dam levels this week, and unfortunately, the amount of water in the reserves is depleting.
We’ve got this week’s Cape Town dam levels, but they aren’t as pleasant as the previous bunch. The water volumes are on the slide after a tough week.