SA had many water crises/shortages before and such a tendency will continue into the future. Such a situation is not something new and citizens should not be overly alarmed as good beneficial rains will makeup for the shortfall sooner and later-on. Relax have faith and importantly, Believe.....
The rain water that caused the flooding as well as all the rain after that never ended up in the vaal catchment areas, therefore the water levels never increased significantly, that is why we still have water restrictions. The department is not lying or giving us false readings, the vaal dam is still critically low.
Maybe they can explain why water is being released from the Vaal Dam at 150 cubic meters per second ... which is enough for the river downstream to be flooding, while we have water restrictions! Either there is a forced agenda here, or there are a string of incompetent people involved in that decision making.
Nomvula ask Mboro for rain again and those dams will be full in a day or two.
Its because tenders to incompetent companies to build and manage storm water
Tholang Tee-Pee HlitanaIt will take us two to three years to reach optimum levels.
Don't measure the dam like you are using a thermometer on a child.
Tomorrow it will be 33%, steadily rising.
How many people must die before dams are at least 80% full mara?
When they say 30 its 40