More rain lashes South Africa’s flood ravaged east | Malay Mail

16/4/2022 4:31:00 PM

More rain lashes South Africa’s flood ravaged east | Malay Mail

More rain lashes South Africa’s flood ravaged east | Malay Mail

DURBAN, April 16 — South Africa’s flood-ravaged east was hit by more rain today after the deadliest storm to hit the country in living memory killed nearly 400 people and left tens of thousands homeless. Floodwaters engulfed parts of the eastern coastal city of Durban earlier in the week...

channel for the latest updates.DURBAN, April 16 — South Africa’s flood-ravaged east was hit by more rain today after the deadliest storm to hit the country in living memory killed nearly 400 people and left tens of thousands homeless.Floodwaters engulfed parts of the eastern coastal city of Durban earlier in the week ripping apart roads, sweeping away homes and those trapped inside them, and pulling down heavy cargo containers.

Emergency services in the south-eastern KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province, where Durban is located, were on high alert as weather forecasters predicted more rain over the Easter weekend.“It’s already raining in some parts of KZN but it won’t be as hectic as it was in the past few days,” Puseletso Mofokeng, senior forecaster at the South Africa Weather Service told AFP.

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