South Africa weather forecast has revealed that there could be another possible flooding in KwaZulu-Natal. The weather forecast for the province is not very favourable. South Africa Weather Service has issued a warning for severe storms and flooding, in parts of KwaZulu-Natal. It comes months after a series of storms led to billions in damages and hundreds of deaths in the province. Forecaster Lulama Pheme explains that there could be serious flooding in some places, urging people to prepare ahead of time so that they will not be taken unaware. The people of KwaZulu-Natal have said that they are still battling from the effect of the last flooding that occurred in the province, which led to several losses of lives and properties worth billions. Some are praying that this forecasted weather for KwaZulu-Natal will not be as drastic as it was in the last flooding. During the last flooding, many people were displaced, and some were living in schools where they were given relief materials. Lulama Pheme explain that the inclement weather will start today and continue throughout tomorrow. She spoke with newsroom how the weather conditions in certain places in KwaZulu-Natal will be. The province is prone to flooding.
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