The Western Cape government has urged residents to be on high alert as rain and snow are predicted for the week ahead. MEC of local government, environmental affairs and development planning, Anton Bredell called on residents to stay indoors and off the roads where possible. “We want to make the[…]
Following heavy downpours on Friday into Saturday morning, the City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre said they received several reports of flooding and power disruptions in areas across the Cape Flats. “The City’s Disaster Risk Management Centre has received numerous reports of flooded roadways and fallen trees as a result of[…]
Humanitarian organisations from around the country are scrambling to assist with relief operations in Knysna, which has been left devastated by a massive fire. The Knysna Muslim Council (KMC) has opened up the doors of its salah khana to residents of Hornlee, affected by the fires that have ravaged parts of[…]
The Cape Town Disaster Management office said its resources were stretched after eleven fire incidents were reported yesterday. Fire fighters worked through the night to douse fires across the province. The teams will today try to extinguish hotspots in Simons Town where an extensive vegetation fire broke out causing the[…]
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