Dam levels drop to 34,5% - 1,7% down from a week ago
At the current draw-down rate, and with dam levels at an effective 24,5%, Cape Town could be looking at approximately 129 days of useable water left.
As of 20 February 2017, dam levels have dropped to 34,5%, which is 1,7% down from a week ago. With the last 10% of a dam’s water not being useable, dam levels are effectively at 24,5%. The latest actual consumption is 801 million litres of collective use per day.
Dam levels have dropped to 36,2,%, which is 1,2% down from a week ago.
With the last 10% of a dam’s water not being useable, dam levels are effectively at 26,2%. The latest actual consumption is 825 million litres of collective use per day. The City of Cape Town has now lowered its water consumption target from 800 million litres to 700 million litres for collective water usage per day.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour Expo is a cycling megastore, info hub and gathering place all under one roof.
The event once again takes place at the Cape Town Stadium, in the heart of the Cape Town Cycle Tour Precinct, between Thursday, 9 March and Saturday, 11 March ahead of the 40th edition of the Cape Town Cycle Tour on Sunday, 12
Exhibition at the Almenkerk Wine Estate in Elgin, by internationally renowned artist William Sweetlove, focuses on the water crisis we are currently facing and will face with climate change.
William Sweetlove uses recycled plastics and metals to create his environmentally friendly art filled with messages that make you think about the environment and what is genuinely happening right now, not only here in Cape Town with our current wa
The City of Cape Town is preparing to take tougher action against those who contravene the water restrictions.
According to the latest statistics, dam levels have dropped to 40,4% as of 23 January 2017 while the average consumption is 80 million litres above the targeted 800 million litres of collective usage per day.
It is clear that many Capetonians are going above and beyond the call of duty to reduce their water consumption.
Open Streets Day will be celebrated on Sunday 15 January, when Bree Street and the section of Longmarket Street between Bree and Adderley Streets will be closed to traffic from 10:00 to 15:00.
Following on from the successful Open Streets Day in Bree Street in 2016, on Sunday 15th it will also include a section of Longmarket Street, which connects with a different part of the Cape Town central business district (CBD).