Some of Namibia’s dams have received inflows following good rains received in many parts of the country with the Hardap dam having increased from 47.7% full on January 17 to 56.6% full on January 19. The Friedenau dam outside of Windhoek increased from 76.7% to 79.4% full in the same time period, while the Naute dam in the south of the country actually decreased from 104.5% to 99.4% due to the opening of sluices and the dam’s desludging valves. The only major dam in Namwater’s report for January 19 that had not received any inflows was the Von Bach dam which feeds the central area, which remains at 46.5% of capacity.