HORRIFIC: Heavy rains Left a huge disaster in Northern Cape, See Photos here
By Latestnews24/7 | self meida writer
Published 25 days ago - 2891 views
Since the landfall of the Tropical cyclone Eloise. Heavy rains have been flooding in South Africa since the 23rd January 2021. In many parts of the Limpopo province, many places were reported to have flooded by heavy rains more especially in Venda.
Eloise affected some parts of Mpumalanga and Kwazulu-Natal. Heavy rains are still pouring in the country and leaving places with disaster. Since yesterday, heavy rains hit Northern Cape. The most affected parts are Kimberly and kuruman. A bridge which is said to be on N18 is destroyed by the heavy rains.
Driver's are advised to be careful and avoid the N18 from Mahikeng to Kimberly due to bridge which has fallen down.
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