KZN Suffers More As Heavy Rains Continue Pouring & Flooding The Province.
There was a time when South Africans had to kneel and pray to God for KZN, and many parts of the province were flooded due to the continual heavy downpours. It was one of those harrowing moments for them, when their homes and automobiles were washed away. Just when you think such catastrophe will never happen again, it happened at the end of last weekend.
Reports have been pouring in and trending on Twitter and in the press. Once again, the severity of the rains is shown, resulting in further flooding. That, as well as the possibility of frigid days at this time.
The eThekwini Municipality has prepared various crisis faculties after the South African Weather Service increased its admonition level to 10, the highest, due to the severity of the deluge.
"Despite President Ramaphosa's confirmation that the National Government will give R1 billion from its possible savings in National Disaster Relief, the area would not receive any funds and will instead need to reprioritise its now stringent financial plan," DA founder Joseph Stinhuseen said.
KwaZulu-Natal Flood II Beach Clean-Up activity Chariot Individuals from the 10th Air Defense Artillery are continuing to clean Durban's beaches in the aftermath of the recent rains on behalf of the Ethekwini Municipality. They should, however, reconsider in light of the fact that the second flood has inflicted additional damage.
KZN has been hit by severe rain and flooding, with more rains on the way. We are hoping that no lives will be lost this time. Common disaster and crisis responses have been implemented. "It's a fever out there," Modibe Modiba stated.
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