More rain for Cape Town
By Yamkela Xhaso
Capetonians can expect more rain, reports say 16 000 residents from the worst hit places of Gugulethu, Kensington and Khayelitsha need urgent help. Even the refugee camps are extremely damaged after tents were washed away. It is reported that South African Weather service has predicted the rain will stop on Thursday.
According to the disaster management spoke person Wilfred Solomon Johannes the rains have displaced about 1600 residents from over 23 informal settlements. Solomons said that the weather service said the rain could accompanied by strong winds and cold temperatures. People from the rain affected areas supplied with shelters at community halls, given blankets and soup.
Solomon said only one refugee camp was affected by floods where two tents were flooded in Youngsfield