Back to school | Concern about flash floods in coastal areas

Back to school | Concern about flash floods in coastal areas

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2022-01-17 06:32:00 PM

Back to school | Concern about flash floods in coastal areas

There are two days left before coastal schools open but after heavy rain and flooding there are concerns about the safety of pupils and if schools will be ready to open. Eastern Cape Education Department spokesperson, Mali Mtima spoke with eNCA's Thulasizwe Simelane about the conditions affecting the planned reopening.

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Monday 17 January 2022 - 1:58pm Ladysmith is underwater following heavy rains. Disaster management teams have been deployed to rescue residents who've had to evacuate. KZN's head of disaster management Sibongiseni Ngema spoke with eNCA's Dan Moyane about the situation in the province. Courtesy of