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Geologists warn of potential deadly cyclones in KZN due to climate crisis

2022-01-19 10:20:00 PM

Geologists warn of potential deadly cyclones in KZN due to climate crisis

The team said that if the storms were to hit today, they would have devastating effects on cities such as Durban and Richards Bay.

“At least 11 people died due to Cyclone Eloise and many were injured,” the report said.UKZN said the research gives impetus to the need to evaluate hazards along the country’s east coast, which will be more vulnerable should tropical cyclones make landfall.

On Monday morning 35 people were rescued from flooded areas in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, where heavy rains have been the norm in the region since mid-December.

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“At least 11 people died due to Cyclone Eloise and many were injured,” the report said. UKZN said the research gives impetus to the need to evaluate hazards along the country’s east coast, which will be more vulnerable should tropical cyclones make landfall. While pupils only return to school on Wednesday, teachers went back to work on Monday, but not those from the 11 schools under threat. On Monday morning 35 people were rescued from flooded areas in Ladysmith, KwaZulu-Natal, where heavy rains have been the norm in the region since mid-December. “While trying to escape through the door past the reptile, it struck the patient on the hand,” UEMS said in a statement. Sthembiso Lebuso . You can cancel any time.