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We’ve done it, Cape Town.
The latest numbers reflect the gains made within the last 24 hours, which makes these figures all the more remarkable.
As of 3 July 2018, dam levels are officially at 50.3%.
Both the Berg River Dam and Wemmershoek Dam are above 80% full, while the Steenbras Upper Dam is at 101.4%. The Voëlvlei Dam gained 2.6% in a single day. The Theewaterskloof (2.1%), and Steenbras Lower (2%) also saw increases between 2 and 3 July.
Have a look at the latest numbers below.
As for the province as a whole, dam levels across the Western Cape officially stand at 41.5%.
— Western Cape Gov (@WesternCapeGov) July 3, 2018
Feature image: City of Cape Town