The latest average dam levels for the Western Cape is 65.06% (2018: 66.09%).
The largest dam in the province, Theewaterskloof, is at 70.1% full (2018: 58%). The City of Cape Town sees its dam levels still above 80% but the public is urged to continue to use water responsibly. (Media Release)
The current storage level (14 October) of the Voëlvlei Dam (supplied by the Western Cape Government) is 87.94% compared to the 88.31% last week and 96.56% last year.
The storage level of the Clanwilliam Dam (measured today) is on 95.01%.
According to the media statement “The drought in other parts of the province continues with the average level for dams in the Gouritz River Catchment area below 19%.
This situation is being monitored on an ongoing basis.”