CAPE TOWN - Dam levels in the City of Cape Town have dropped to 28.6 percent.
That’s 1.4 percentage points lower than a week ago.
The last 10 percent of the dam’s water is mostly unusable.
It leaves approximately 103 days of available drinking water.
The dams are likely to reach extremely low levels by the start of winter.
The City plans to intensify restriction measures.
Earlier this month, Mayor Patricia de Lille declared a local disaster to speed up plans for emergency water supply.