Dam levels in Botswana

source: BOPA
05 January, 2010

GABORONE – The water level of Gaborone Dam currently stands at 59 per cent.

The Botswana Utilities Corporation officials last Tuesday released a record of dam levels and the water supply situation of Gaborone, Molatedi, Bokaa, Nnywane, Letsibogo, Shashe and Ntimbale dams.

According to the record, the Nnywane Dam water level is the lowest at 11 per cent followed by Bokaa at 68 per cent, Letsibogo at 83, Shashe 91 and Ntimbale at 93 per cent.

The greater Gaborone, which comprises Gaborone, Lobatse, the Mogoditshane cluster, Tlokweng, the Ramotswa cluster and Mochudi gets 56 per cent of its water supply from Gaborone Dam, 25 per cent from Bokaa and 36 per cent from [continue reading]

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