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Heavy flood in South Africa

Johannesburg : South Africa | Jan 12, 2011 at 11:05 AM PST
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According to south african Govt. a heavy rain pounds the north east areas of south africa which result in the deadly storm and flood. There are 32 deaths and about 500 homes damaged reported so far by the National disaster Management to the south African Govt.

This storm and flood hits the densly populated areas of Johannesburg and Pretoria. In the province of Kawzulu-natal there were 12 death reports and about 9 people are seriously injured.

The National Disaster Management is still busy in gathering information about the distruction, number of injuries and deaths.

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