Mpumalanga floods: Bridge between Tekwane South and Kanyamazane collapse
By MysteriousWorld | self meida writer
Published 28 days ago - 0 views
The road between Tekwane South and eNtokozweni heading to KaNyamazane ought to be kept away from after an extension out and about fell the previous evening. Ward councilor Joseph Mashaba asked drivers and people on foot to try not to utilize this road because it is dangerous and can be harmful.
Recently Tekwane South and eNtokozweni people rioted, requiring the City of Mbombela to fix the sinkhole. This is raising feelings of trepidation that the loss of life because of floods may rise. Over the previous week, enormous pieces of the nation have been battered by substantial floods that started from Tropical Storm Eloise seven days prior that obliterated infrastructure in different areas.
Death tolls are rising and even missing people are being reported due to these heavy rains. Parents have to be extra cautious since schools are about to re-open. Some children have to cross rivers in order to arrive to school. This is a challenge and parents fear for the lives of their children.
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