Pietermaritzburg has been wild lately. Last week it was a crazy hailstorm that left people terrified and on Friday, another shocking sight left many trembling. There were mixed emotions on Twitter and several community chat groups around Pietermaritzburg after a huge dark cloud was seen hovering over KZN’s capital on Friday afternoon.
Source: https://today98post.com/p%e1%b4%87%c9%b4%c9%aas-fish-exposed-on-beach-after-being-washed-ashore-in-storm/amp/ The ocean is full of fishes and some of those are rare fishes people have never seen before. A source published news that there are hundreds and thousands of rare fishes flushed outside of the beach in California Beach.
Shelter, that is the word most people used when they referred to houses, and still, a lot of people still use it. And don't get me wrong, a house is indeed a shelter, a shelter is a structure that people, and other animals can use to protect themselves from the outside environment, it could be rain, storm, or any other environmental things that a person would want to hide away from, so yes, a house, is indeed a shelter, and so does the picture above.
DM Dr R.Mhaule The Deputy Minister of Basic Education Dr Reginah Mhaule paid a visit to Kwa-Zulu Natal as part of the monitoring exercise . Dr Mhaule was in Piretermaritzburg to assess the readiness of the schools this year . This visit came at a time when the province was trying to recover from the storms and floods that hit them between December and January .
The government has finally provided a solution to KwaZulu-Natal school problems after the recent storm destroyed many schools in the province. Schools have reopened but nearly 200 schools have been damaged in the storms in the province recently. In the effort to solve the problem of damaged schools and allow students to resume school, the government has provided mobile classes to some parts of KwaZulu-Natal which were affected by the recent storm.
BACK TO SCHOOL : Eastern Cape ready to reopen schools despite facing some challenges. Schools in the Eastern Cape will be reopening on the 19th of January 2022 as scheduled despite the challenges being faced by the department . The challenge being faced by the province is in regard to the schools that were damaged by the storms .
House or a shelter is a basic need. We all need a shelter to protect ourselves from very extreme weathers and other things that a threat to humans. House design is a very interesting hobby or career that people have been following. The houses in the list below are very funny, one would say it's house design on another level.
An sad update was issued by eNCA on Tuesday evening regarding the number of people who lost their lives as a result of the floods that hit Eastern Cape a couple of days ago. The number of fatalities reportedly grew to 21 .In the update that was issued , the eNCA reporter revealed that since Saturday when the flash floods hit Buffalo City and other places , there were two deaths .
The storms in Kwa-Zulu Natal did not only leave a trail of destruction in Kwa-Zulu Natal's Zuzokuhle Informal settlement in the past week , but people also reportedly lost their lives . In accordance with the report , there are four people who died as a result of the storms , while 1600 homes got severely damaged .Most of the homes in Zuzokuhle are reported to be in a bad state following the storms .
This is the final week of the reopening of schools in South Africa .The first phase saw schools in inland areas of North West , Gauteng ,Mpumalanga , Limpopo and Free State opening first last week .The second and final phase will will see those schools on coastal areas opening on the 19th of January 2022 .
It was touching to watch a man break into tears as he narrated how the storm that hit part of Kwa-Zulu Natal destroyed his home . Click on the link below for the video https://youtu.be/kqfrW-SNtzw In the video , the man said that he did not hear the big tree fall .
Schools that are located in the coastal regions such as Eastern Cape , Northern Cape , Western Cape and Kwa-Zulu are scheduled to reopen on Wednesday the 19th of January 2022 . The Eastern Cape Education department is reported to have revealed that it was ready for the 2022 academic year despite having some challenges .
A look at the damage that was caused by storms that hit KZN The storms that hit the province of Kwa-Zulu Natal left a trail of destruction that will take a while and a lot to undo .The extent to which the province was got affected was provided by eNCA whose crew was on the ground .In accordance with the report ,the damage that was caused by the storms is going to cost millions .
Source:https://twitter.com/bongeka_ngxiya/status/1481260365354717184?s=21 There was a huge storm in Eastern Cape that took the lives of so many people . The storm destroyed homes in parts of the OR Tambo district municipality as well last week. At least Livestock including 179 sheep, 13 goats and 41 chickens were also killed due to the storm.
Torrential rains damaged homes across Midlands and Northern KZN .Water is known as a source of life but it can also be a source of destruction . The latter can be verified as being truthful , judging from what took place across the Midlands and Northern Kwa-Zult Natal . The torrential rains reportedly led to the deaths of four people , while 1600 homes got destroyed .
The torrential rains lashed through parts of the province of Eastern Cape, the weekend that has just passed and doesn't look over yet. It is reported that over three hundred 300 people were left homeless — absolutely with nothing, except clothes which are on their bodies.
Floods are the most frequent type of natural disaster and occur when an overflow of water submerges land that is usually dry. Floods can happen during heavy rains, when oceans waves come on shore,when snow melts quickly ot when dams or leaves break. They can also happen when a storm surge from a tropical cyclone or tsunami in coastal areas.
The floods that happened in East London yesterday on the 8th January have claimed the lives of six people, people's houses and shacks were full of water and cars were not able to pass on other roads because of the floods. It was a sad day for Buffalo City Residents yesterday as they lost their shacks and belongs, others properties were destroyed and they had no shelter but BCM called upon the disaster management team to assist and others were offered a shelter.
Mathokoza Tfwala, the Public Relations Officer (PRO)of the Municipal Council of Manzini said they were working around the clock to ensure that the vendors affected by rains were provided with decent shelter. This comes after this Swaziland News reported that the heavy rains affected the operations of the Manzini vendors at the Satellite Bus Rank.
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