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.
Snowfall, Rain and Bitter Cold Hits Cape Mountain Ranges
News24Wire, 24 July 2019
The snowfall over the western parts of South Africa on Tuesday night and the adjacent interior may have stopped for now, but the cold and rainy weather is expected to continue. Read more »
Storm clouds in the skies above Table Mountain in Cape Town (file photo).
Dam Levels On the Rise As Rain, Cold Front Batter Cape Town
News24Wire, 23 July 2019
Recent rain in the Western Cape owing to inclement weather has seen dam levels in the City of Cape Town rise by 2.3% over the past week. Read more »
Cape Town Restaurant Suffers Structural Damage in Storm
Upmarket restaurant, On The Rocks in Bloubergstrand, Cape Town suffered structural damage to its property on Tuesday morning as inclement weather continues to batter parts of Cape… Read more »
Cold Front to Bring Widespread Snow to SA From Tuesday
There is a high chance of fairly widespread light snow in South Africa and Lesotho starting on Tuesday, but heavier snowfalls of up to 20cm are possible in other places. Read more »
Uprooted Tree Destroys Seven Homes During Cape Town Storm
Seven homes were destroyed by an uprooted tree in Imizamo Yethu, Hout Bay, as a cold front slammed into Cape Town on Monday night. Read more »
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