Johannesburg City Emergency Management Agency has warned of this fall in temperature by Wednesday.
They also tell people to be careful when using heating devices.
A recent fire in the Kwa Mai Mai area killed one person and displaced 50 others.
Gauteng is expected to fall on Wednesday with temperatures as low as zero degrees Celsius in Johannesburg.
Emergency services spokesman Robert Mulaudzi said, “We want to encourage all residents to exercise caution when using heating equipment. Let them not leave them unattended to prevent fires in the house. Items such as fireplaces, paraffin stoves, braziers and candles.
Mulaudzi adds, “The community disaster management team will be ready to inspect our vulnerable communities and poor housing throughout the city, using a disaster management team in seven areas of the city. , ”Mulaudzi adds.
Below is the full weather report:
Meanwhile, Cape Town city traffic authorities have closed Spine Road between N2 and Faure Road as a large part of the road collapsed due to heavy rains.
Traffic spokesman Kevin Jacobs said the left lane at N2 inbound on Spine Road was flooded.
Jacobs said there was a huge delay on the road as a result.
“Traffic officers are turning drivers around. Drivers are advised to be patient as they travel in this area. We advise drivers to look for alternatives, ”he explains.
Gauteng residents warned to be confident in cold weather – SABC News
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