KZN floods: Movement of ships in Durban harbour limited by mass debris pile-up

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KZN floods: Movement of ships in Durban harbour limited by mass debris pile-up: Despite the Port of Durban being fully operational following the devastating flooding in KwaZulu-Natal, washed up waste has affected vessel movements.

WATCH: ‘We want to live and we want to keep moving’ – Durban residents rebuild after flooding: As the first rays of sunshine pierce Durban following heavy rains and localised flooding, one resilient community is fighting the disaster with action.

WATCH: Dramatic drone footage captures Amanzimtoti flood destruction: New drone footage provides a new perspective on the Amanzimtoti homes that were destroyed after rain and flooding hit KwaZulu-Natal earlier this week. Watch.

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