Average WC dam levels at 34%

Theewaterskloof is at 23% from 2016's 47% and Voëlvlei stands at 27% from last year's 64%.

The Theewaterskloof Dam. Picture: Bertram Malgas/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - The Western Cape Water Department has released the latest dam levels.

Overall, the average is at 34%, down from 56 last year.

Theewaterskloof is at 23% from 2016's 47%, Voëlvlei stands at 27% from last year's 64%, Clanwilliam is at 33% capacity from a level of 89% and Brandvlei has 30% from 52% this time last year.

The Western Cape Department of local Government’s James-Brent Styan said: “We repeat the call to the public to reduce their water usage and to assist us in the periods lying ahead.”

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