Statistics from the ZRA website show that in the week ending June 9, water levels had risen to 33 percent. The Kariba Lake was created and designed to operate between levels 475.50m and 488.50m with 0.70m freeboard at all times. All spillway gates at Kariba remained closed during the week under review.
The Lake levels continued rising during the week under review with the lake level closing at 480.18m on 9th June 2016, which is lower than the level that was recorded last year (481.77m) on the same date.