Wed. Sep 28th, 2022

A member of the search and rescue team inspects the wreckage in Dassenhoek near Durban, South Africa, April 17, 2022. (REUTERS / Rogan Ward)

Rescuers continue to search for dozens of missing people in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province next Sunday. Heavy rains in recent days have caused flash floods and landslides. Which killed more than 440 people. This is according to the publication by Reuters.

The floods also left thousands homeless, cut off power supplies, water and disrupted operations at a major port in the city. Durban also, as local economic officials estimated the damage to the entire infrastructure at more than 10 billion rand ($ 684.6 million).

The death toll rose to 443 as of Sunday, according to KwaZulu-Natal Governor Sihle Zikalala, as more rain was forecast.

Rescuers continue to search for dozens of missing people in South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province next Sunday. Heavy rains in recent days have caused flash floods and landslides. Which killed more than 440 people. This is according to the publication by Reuters.

The floods also left thousands homeless, cut off power supplies, water and disrupted operations at a major port in the city. Durban also, as local economic officials estimated the damage to the entire infrastructure at more than 10 billion rand ($ 684.6 million).

The death toll rose to 443 as of Sunday, according to KwaZulu-Natal Governor Sihle Zikalala, as more rain was forecast.

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