KZN floods saga continues over 300 victims are evicted from where they been staying since April
It has been months since the KZN saga happened , the victims still stuck in halls , the government have not yet delivered on his promises to built and provide shelter for the victims.
It is reported that many of them are still stuck in halls and over 300 of the victims were evicted from the buildings which were provided by the government .
The victims of the KZN floods said that they don't see any movement or progress on the promises made by the south African government in the past few months since the horrible incident happened.
They also mentioned that the living conditions at the Hal's are to bad they can't even wink a sleep , they said that they are mixed with children and also elderly people which makes hard for many of them to live there .
Will the government ever use the money that was given to the KZN residents to build houses for them ? Let's us know what you think .
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