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Western Cape Rainfall for July 2011

It should be noted that even with the accumulated rainfall being higher than the norm, the two bigest dams that supply Cape town are still under the 80% mark […]

Western Cape Dam Levels July 2011

Surprising for those living in Cape Town is that our dam levels have risen even in when no rain has fallen from the skies. Something sinister must be going on. […]

Western Cape Dam levels June: 10% less than last year

Western Cape Dam levels are 10% down from this time last year. Should this situation continue this will have dire consequences on towns and cities across the Western Cape, particularly the City of Cape Town. Dam River FSC Last Week This Week Last Year Berg River dam Berg River 127.1 65.3 74.2 100.6 Brandvlei Dam […]

Dam levels for Cape Town, Start of June 2011

Dams supplying water to the City of Cape Town are at their lowest in 4 years. Even with higher than normal rain over May. […]

Western Cape dam level May 9 2011

Over both of the previous months, March ans April, the Western Cape has experienced less than average rainfall. This in culmination with a high population has the Western Cape drawing down it’s dams faster than previously see. […]

Water crisis looms in Cape

CAPE TOWN has in the past year experienced one of its worst rainfall figures in almost 90 years, and a sustained drought could deplete the region’s fresh water supply. […]

Water shortages loom for South African City

Cities at risk of water restictions and water outages, like Durban, Cape Town and many more, are encouraged to harvest rainwater and recycling greywater. […]

Western Cape winter rainfall pattern prediction

Cape Town winter rainfall pattern | possibility of June and July floods was rebuffed in the Argus of the same day by various expert climatologists. […]

Skills shortage in Department of water affairs

The National Treasury has doubled the budget for the Water and Environmental Affairs Department to R1.6 billion for 2011. Another R6.6 billion will be invested in infrastructure development over the next three years. […]

South African Dam Report 2011

deputy director-general for water resources infrastructure, Cornelius Ruiters, said of the 359 dams owned by the department, 161 needed “rehabilitation […]