As another cold front sweep through the Western Cape, trees have fallen and caused a lot of damage to houses and cars.
Cape Town is experiencing heavy rains, gale-force winds and rough sea conditions.
A tree has fallen on a car at the Maynardville library parking lot and also in other areas.
Provincial traffic chief Kenny Africa said that a tree had also fallen on the R300 before Hindle Road.
“The tree fell on a light motor vehicle. Traffic is currently bumper-to-bumper and very slow-moving. We have traffic officers on the scene redirection traffic.”
It’s not yet clear if there have been any injuries.
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Cricket South Africa is among six sporting federations who have been cleared to return to training and matches as announced by Sports Minister Nathi Mthethwa on 26 June.
The minister announced that further to the clearance of the return of Premier Soccer League football, seven further federations had made successful submissions to the department.
Government have left the detailed announcements of return plans to the sporting federations. continue reading
Source – EWN