Residents in Durban have been urged to stay indoors until a massive storm which is currently pelting the east coast has passed.
” The current wind has been measured at 70 kilometres per hour, and is extremely dangerous.All roads in the southern parts of Durban have been closed,” said the eThekwini Municipality in a statement,
The municipality has also cautioned residents not to drive or walk in the ferocious storm.
Residents have been asked to call the Disaster Management Call Centre for emergencies on 031 361 0000.
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Yesterday residents across parts of Gauteng experienced severe storms which led to serious damage to property and vehicles.