The Western Cape Department of Local Government and Environmental Affairs says dam levels in the province currently stand at more than 36%.
The average dam levels in the Western Cape have decreased slightly since the end of the winter season.
The Department of Environmental Affairs says it’s pleased with the recent rainfall figures and the increasing dam levels in the Western Cape.
The Western Cape Local Government Department says it’s concerned about the current state of dams in the Karoo.
The Western Cape Local Government Department has welcomed the early winter rainfall which has been falling since the weekend.
The Western Cape Department of Local Government and Environmental Affairs has urged residents in the province to continue using water sparingly, even if the water situation is better than this time last year.
Makhanda, in the Eastern Cape, could face Day Zero in the next 30 days if no substantial amount of rain falls in Makana Municipality.
The Department of Water and Sanitation have published their lower water restrictions for urban and agricultural use in the Western Cape in the Government Gazette.
The water level of dams supplying Cape Town has increased to 76%.