Vic Falls Water Levels Improving Consistently – Report

Water levels at the Falls in Victoria Falls have been reported to be rising consistently according to the Zambezi Water Authority records, News of The South Reports. Some individuals were now concerned by the declining water levels at the region’s most visited tourist attraction joints.

According to the publication:

For those who have been alarmed by the recent reports and somewhat sensationalised headlines, the good news is that the current records from the Zambezi River Authority are showing that water levels are once again on a consistent rise. Already water has started to flow once again over certain points along the eastern cataract of Victoria Falls (the dry portion or cliff-face of Victoria Falls which has been pictured in all recent media reports).

We anticipate that given the recent reports of rain in the Zambezi catchment area, and indeed the rainfall being experienced in the immediate region, that these water levels will continue to rise as would be anticipated and consistent with the norm for this time of year and the change in season from mid / end of November, beginning of December.

Zimbabwe experienced one of the worst droughts in 2019 which left over 20000 herds of cattle dead in Matabeleland and over 115 elephants dead at Hwange National park.

More: News of The South 

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