In a case perhaps of “water water everywhere but not a drop to drink” NamWater on Wednesday announced that it will close the water supply at Keetmanshoop as water levels in its terminal reservoir are low.The Namibia press agency quotes the utility as saying that the supply from the purification plant is limited due to the high turbidity of the water, caused by the severe flooding and the amount of mud and silt deposited at the Naute dam wall. Namwater earlier said it was de-sludging to try and get rid of the mud around the inlet pipes at the dam which feed the purification plant but warned that “this might take some time”, and they could not say when the water would be turned back on.