Letsibogo Dam also drying up

Like Gaborone Dam, Letsibogo is experiencing drop in water levels
Like Gaborone Dam, Letsibogo is experiencing drop in water levels

SELEBI-PHIKWE: The Water Utilities Corporation (WUC) acting general manager, Lucas Makepe says water at Letsibogo Dams has dropped to a very worrying levels of 40 percent.

Letsibogo is one of the country’s dams that have enjoyed stable water levels in recent years. Speaking at Selebi-Phikwe Town Council consultative meeting, Makepe said on average the town and its surrounding areas consume 800,000 cubic metres of water in a month.

Makepe said the water levels at the dam has now dropped to 39.7 percent, which is considered very low.

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