National Dam Level currently at 59,2 percent, most major dams can last for 21 months6 years ago
The Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) has revealed that most dams that supply major urban centres now have sufficient volumes of water to meet what they call the 21-month rule.The level of water in dams is rising with the National Dam level average currently at 59,2 percent. The increase in water levels will be a huge boost for agricultural activities throughout the country. The increase in dam levels has been welcomed particularly in Matebeleland after the City of Bulawayo had to embark on a massive water rationing exercise last year.
Some of the major dams are as follows:
Lake Chivero is currently spilling
Lake Mazvikadei is 106% full
Tokwe Mukorsi is 15% full
Mazowe Dam is 47,9% full
Lower Ncema is 30,8% full
Upper Ncema is 60,5% full
Insiza Fair is 97,3% full
Inyakuni is 34.6% full
Umzingwane is 36.6% full
Mtshabezi is 66.2% full
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