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KwaZulu-Natal death toll rises to 395, more rain is expected – SABC News

Speaking of the dead Floods in KwaZulu-Natal have risen to 395. The district’s Cooperation Department has warned residents following a weather warning of bad weather since Friday afternoon.

The The South African Meteorological Agency has issued yet another warning possible intermittent rain that could lead to local flooding in some areas of KwaZulu-Natal.

A spokesman for the department, Senzelwe Mzila, said disaster management teams remain on the ground.

“The death toll has risen in the county to 395. MEC for Cogta, MEC Hlomuka has warned residents across the county to take the utmost care, as the ward has received a weather warning from southern Florida indicating that it can be expected ( wet) conditions today, tomorrow and Sunday. The weather warning also indicates that heavy rain can be expected on the subway, in the Ugu district and in many areas. “

Authorities are currently busy with drying operations after heavy rains caused floods that affected
many communities this week.

“Weather warning for disturbing rain is expected to reach various parts of the district from this afternoon. Of concern are those along the coastline and in the midlands. The warning also warns of harmful winds. There are concerns that re-rain could hamper the progress made in clean-up operations.

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KwaZulu-Natal death toll rises to 395, more rain is expected – SABC News

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