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26. October 2018

Latest Western Cape Dam Levels on 26 October 2018

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City of Cape Town: Due to good rainfall the City of Cape has announced that it has lowered water restrictions from Level 6B to Level 5 as from 1 October 2018.

Residents and visitors in Cape Town are restricted to using 70 litres of treated water per person, per day, for the purposes of drinking, washing and cooking.
Read more on how you can help save water as well as these handy tips from WWF South Africa.

Cape Town dam levels on 26 October 2018: 75%.

Western Cape Province: Provincial dam levels are stabilising. As a resident or visitor in the Western Cape, it is kindly requested to reduce water consumption in accordance with the water restrictions in the relevant municipality.

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