Dam Levels on the Rise as Cold Front Batters Cape Town

Dam levels are sitting at 64.1% compared to 56.3% in 2018 and 27.2% in 2017, mayoral committee member for water and waste services for the City of Cape Town, Xanthea Limberg has said. This comes after cold fronts hit several parts of South Africa, bringing strong winds that resulted in property damage.

Storm clouds in the skies above Table Mountain in Cape Town (file photo).

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