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Image caption The rains have led to landslides destroying property and roads. Floods and mudslides in the South African city of Durban and the wider KwaZulu-Natal province have killed at least 51 people, officials say. President Cyril Ramaphosa has flown into the region to visit the affected areas. Southern and eastern parts of the country have been badly hit by torrential rain in the last few days. More flooding and strong winds are expected in coastal areas and a severe weather warning is still in place. Pictures from the region show that parts of some roads have been washed away and buildings have been destroyed by landslides. Provincial minister Nomusa Dube-Ncube told SAFM radio that o... Full story

24 April

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