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Parts of Cape Town flooded after heavy rain

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A number of elements of Cape City have flooded after heavy rain that began on Sunday, 12 June.

A number of the main intersections affected embrace Japhta Ok Masemola and Duinefontein, Frans Conradie and Norwood, Borchard’s Quarry earlier than the N2 in Nyanga thirty fifth between Robert Sobukwe and Owen, studies Cape City And so on.

Casual settlements in Khayelitsha, Ottery, Langa, Strand and Delft are battling injury to property and several other areas in and across the southern suburbs are experiencing electrical energy outages as a result of climate.

The South African Climate Service shared the rainfall figures for the province, displaying that some spots like Grabouw obtained over 100mm in 24 hours. Heavy showers are anticipated to stop from Wednesday.

Residents shared footageParts of Cape Town flooded after heavy rain


Parts of Cape Town flooded after heavy rain


Parts of Cape Town flooded after heavy rain

Photos: Peter Frost


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