Western Cape dam levels have increased to almost 23%, according to provincial government.
The recent rainfall in the province has lent to around a 1.5% increase in overall average levels.
Government has assured that emergency measures will remain in place and the provincial state of emergency will not be lifted.
Combined, the Wemmershoek, Voelvlei, Steenbras, Theewaterskloof and Berg River dams contain nearly 28% less water compared to the same time last year.
“The three big dams in the province remain below 20% and this remains a big concern”, said Environmental Affairs MEC, James-Brent Styan.
Meanwhile, the metro has called for suggestions on how to implement temporary reverse osmosis or desalination plants to be submitted by 10 July.