Pray for those in Kwazulu-natal, because the situation is dire and the government isn't doing enough to help those affected by the flooding.
Several members of the public have expressed severe worry about the current state of affairs and have urged authorities to deal with them in a manner that is both professional and problem-solving-oriented because their ways will not benefit anyone.
Since people would be forced to flee and roads are collapsing in that area, no one will be able to help them if the government does not intervene.
In order to get out of this predicament, they'll have to leave the area. Unfortunately, KZN is in the unfortunate position of having a constant flow of water, which causes mudslides and drags everything along with it.
This is a very difficult situation, and it is very unfortunate that this is even happening in our country and that the people of KZN are affected in a negative way.
This is heartbreaking since the individuals who are most impacted are the impoverished residents of the area who have nowhere else to go and rely on the government for nearly everything.
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