The Jamiatul Ulama South Africa (JUSA) / (Council of Muslim Theologians) has extended its condolences to the families of those who lost their lives during the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal.
At least 306 people died in the floods following storm surges and floods in the province which is described as the worst weather disaster in South African history.
Dramatic pieces depict declining homes, clearing substations, and flooded cars and buildings.
The catastrophic floods in various parts of eThekwini affected road networks, infrastructure and highways.
On Wednesday, the Government announced the KZN disaster area where funds should be freed up for critical recovery operations and to rebuild what was damaged after the floods.
In a statement, Jusa expressed regret at the devastation and scores of people who lost their lives.
“Jusa hereby urges all South Africans to reach out to the residents of the region by targeting contributions to the agencies assisting those in great need. In this Holy Ramadan, we turn to Allah (God), the Almighty to alleviate the plight of the inhabitants of KwaZulu-Natal in general and eThekwini in particular. ”
“Our hearts go out to all the families and all those who pray for the safety and well-being of emergency workers and all those who are isolated and have suffered loss of family, property and injuries as a result of the severe weather. , ”Jesus said.
Jusa has also praised all the hard – working emergency services, 2010, for providing much – needed relief to all those affected by the severe weather and slips of mud.
“We are still at risk due to destabilized infrastructure. We pray for the Almighty to be the Comforter of all those who are in hardship and hardship in the prevailing circumstances. We look forward to the safe reunion of the families whose members are still missing. “
On Wednesday President Cyril Ramaphosa a visit to the flood-ravaged province, a survey of the damage and interaction with the locals.
The president assured flood victims that the government would intervene to help families affected by the floods.
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