SA Weather Service battered by faulty equipment, decries CEO

Durban in the News:

SA Weather Service battered by faulty equipment, decries CEO: The SA Weather Service has blamed the poor state of their equipment for failing to warn citizens earlier of the stormy weather that devastated parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

KZN father battles raging river to recover son’s lifeless body: A father is traumatised after having to battle a raging river in the rain to retrieve the body of his 12-year-old son as KwaZulu-Natal experienced its most violent storm in years.

#News24 ICYMI: More worry for drought-hit Cape Town; KZN storm declared a provincial disaster and the Boks are back!: The City of Cape Town begs residents to not give money or food directly to the less fortunate, the KwaZulu-Natal provincial cabinet has declared Tuesday’s storm a provincial disaster and water cannons and riot police were out in force at the start of an operation to clear illegal street vendors from Harare.

25 000 fans expected for MTN8 final in wet Durban: Moses Mabhida Stadium manager Vusi Mazibuko expects 25 000 tickets to be sold for the MTN8 final between SuperSport United and Cape Town City.

International visitors spend R35bn in Jozi to shop, sleep, eat: Johannesburg is the city in Africa where international visitors spent the most in 2016 – a total of about R35bn, while Cape Town came in second and Durban eighth.

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