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INTERNATIONAL - Mozambique's capital Maputo could follow Cape Town’s water crisis with the El Niño phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean, which is responsible for the drought in southern Africa, affecting Mozambique this year, the country’s National Meteorological Institute has warned. 

According to it, the country’s rainy season is nearly over and although rainfall has been reasonably good in all parts of Mozambique, the south-west, which includes South Africa’s watershed areas and Swaziland, has suffered. Mozambique’s water levels have only risen from 19% to 25% of capacity. 

- African News Agency (ANA)