Namibian dam levels have decreased by almost 10% since September 2017 and are expected to decline to less than 40% full. At present all the country’s dams are sitting at a collective average of 40.2%, says the Namibian agricultural magazine AgriForum.
Southern dams have dropped by 12.5% since September and are currently 49.6% full. The country’s central dams are 34.4% full, with the Von Bach dam at 58%. Both Naute and Oanab dams’ present capacity are 71% full. Windhoek Dam currently sits at 52.5%.