City of Cape Town emergency services on high alert as cold front makes landfall

The City of Cape Town’s emergency services are on high alert to deal with the effects of a cold front that makes landfall in parts of the Cape on Saturday.

It will bring heavy rain, gale-force winds, and rough sea conditions.

The City of Cape Town said that its services were on standby to deal with the predicted adverse weather in case of incidents of flooding.

The municipality’s disaster risk management unit’s Charlotte Powell: “We remind residents to clear out any potential blockages around their homes and ensure that gutters and downpipes are clean. In low lying areas, please dig a trench around your home if possible to allow water to run off and reduce the risk of localized flooding.”


In other news – Social Media not happy with Ntando Duma slaying at the funeral of a child who was stabbed by an older man

South African media personality, Ntando Duma, has come under fire for a tweet shared on Thursday, 25 June 2020. The television star shared that she had attended the funeral of 3-year-old, Ansia, who had died at the hands of an older man.

Ntando Duma

She captioned the post with, “Attended a funeral of a 3-year-old baby girl that was stabbed by a MAN in Orange Farm today. I CANNOT EXPLAIN HOW shattered and broken into pieces my heart is. continue reading

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