/ 21 April 2022

Durban’s future: Storms, intense and more frequent flooding

A man looks on as members of the South African Police Service (SAPS) K9 search and rescue unit searches for a missing 23 year old man in KwaNdengezi, west of Durban, on April 20, 2022. - South Africa's government April 19, 2022 sought to reassure a worried public about efforts to help the east coast, where millions remained without water more than a week after deadly storms pounded the region. Some 10,000 troops were being deployed to assist, both with air support for search efforts and relief operations, but also with engineering, plumbing and electrical support to try to get basic services running. (GUILLEM SARTORIO/AFP via Getty Images)
Climate projections show that the eThekwini metro will receive more rain by 2050 that could fall in brief periods

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