With the heavy rain pouring non stop since Saturday 21 May floods have wreck havoc again in KwaZulu-Natal.
A lot of people in that province have suffered much damages in their homes,the rain has also damaged the KZN roads and they all have be warned to avoid using the affected areas.
Msawakhe Mayisela Ethekwini Municipal Spokesperson said the South African weather service has increased the weather warning level to 10,which is the highest.
Speaking on Sunday Afternoon he said the rain was supposed to become lighter on Sunday 22 May
"It is expected that water levels on the roads and rivers will increase" he said
Mayisela also mentioned that Motorist were warned not to use the M7 road due to mudslides and water moving across the road way. He also residents to avoid umngeni road as it filled with water.
"Avoid the N3 towards the CBD as there is a lot of water"
Mayisela also said that residents are urged not to cross low lying bridges
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