Phikwe safe as Letsibogo diverts to GC

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SELEBI-PHIKWE: The north-eastern copper and nickel mining town is presently insulated from the water crisis going on in the south.

It will continue to be insulated even when supplies from Letsibogo Dam are diverted to Gaborone, Mmegi has established.

Letsibogo Dam, with a capacity of 100 million cubic metres, is presently at 41 percent,  having been drained from 77.5 percent at the same time last year, due largely to supplying the Greater Gaborone area through the North-South Carrier.

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