Namibia’s dam levels nearing 40%

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…

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Drought depleted dam levels rise after good rain

Major dams in southern Africa are steadily filling up after good rain during the summer rain season and torrential rain over the past two weeks. BOTSWANA In Botswana, the Water Utilities Corporation said the Gaborone Dam reached 100% capacity on Monday, the first time in 10 years. The dam was…

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