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AFTER MYTH OF THE DEADLY FLOODS IN SOUTH AFRICA

After the myth of floods to water shortage in Kwa Zulu natal province EThekwini municipality says that the water crisis in the area is a major concern some residents have started to drink water from the damaged pipes after the floods.


as millions were left devastated the damage reflects the massive human tragedy.


More than 455 people have died and thousands are homeless It will take years to recover from the ruin, roads and bridges destroyed and factories swamped.


businesses continue to struggle, the unemployment continues to increase. Water system is The biggest impact caused by floods .there is a major damage to ETHEKWINI and UMGENI water infrastructure.


This results in a shortage of consumable water supply say ETHEKWIN municipality. However, a task team has been assigned to attend to the issue in the area while water tanks truck are the only option to supply water to residents.


But residents say the water shortage at KWA ZULU NATAL was still a major problem even before the floods last year and now seems like everything is being blamed on the floods say KUNENE SENZO one of the community member


HEALTH.


Health experts have reported that they fear that the might be an outbreak of diseases and an adequate water systems need to be restored in the area. Health infrastructure including 23 hospitals,34 clinics, and community center were destroyed but most of the damage to these facilities manifest in form of weak roof cover and damage to water supply system such as pipes which will cost R187 million to repair which health minister JOE PHAAHLA said the department of health will request it from the national treasury.


Death rate


after floods Survived individuals and the South African defense force continue to dig, and 455 bodies were found.


Donors and immigrants and leaders.


Non-government, non-profit organizations and individuals continue to offer basic support ranging from basic needs such as food and shelter. Due to controversial issues, political leaders especially economic freedom fighters Julius Malema called out the government to prioritize foreign nationals also.


Julius Malema Kwa Zulu natal visit for observation and assessment of the damage on 21 April 22 expressed that foreign nationals affected by floods should be prioritized and be included in the government relief fund.


 


BY NELSON ABASI


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