Flooding caused by improper maintenance of Quarry Road in Reservoir Hills in Durban The eThekwini community has been told that they will also have accommodation by the end of the month. They have been staying at the church since the floods in April.
The pastor had already indicated in May that he wanted the synagogue and that the church could no longer provide them with shelter. The victims of the flood have also been seated in the town hall.
Hlengiwe Ried and Nhlakanipho Mlamuleli say they have not received food or basic items from the community during their time in the church.
“We got an electricity bill from the church, and it was huge. The priest told us that he needs to use the church this month and pay his bills. So, we request the government to give us another place to live. We have nowhere to stay,” says Ried.
“We want the city to give us another place to stay. We know that it is not possible to get vacant land. They say that all the land in some sites is owned by individuals,” Mlamuleli said. said.
Responding to these concerns, eThekwini’s director of rural disaster management, Wilfred Mkhwanazi said efforts have been made to arrange alternative accommodation for flood victims this week.
“We will speed up the process to find another place that will be closer. Once we cover the place, we will take them to the city hall. We will try to find a plot that will be used for the house. temporary accommodation. We will get them building materials and we will give them. These are systems like the community. We put ourselves,” said Mkhwanazi.
King’s Foundation visits flood victims
In July, AmaZulu King Misuzulu kaZwelithini Foundation visited flood survivors. The foundation reviewed the manufacturing effort and looked at how it could help.
The visit came two months after floods devastated parts of the region:
Floods caused by wrong decision in Durban say church unable to protect them – SABC News
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