A man crosses a flooded bridge in kwaNdengezi near Durban, South Africa on May 22. Photo: Reuters
A man crosses a flooded bridge in kwaNdengezi near Durban, South Africa on May 22. Photo: Reuters

Dozens still missing two months after South Africa’s worst floods killed hundreds

  • The death toll has climbed to 461, with 87 people still unaccounted for, southeastern KwaZulu-Natal provincial government premier Sihle Zikalala said
  • The April deluge triggered the worst mudslides seen in the country, sweeping away people, buildings, bridges and roads

A man crosses a flooded bridge in kwaNdengezi near Durban, South Africa on May 22. Photo: Reuters
A man crosses a flooded bridge in kwaNdengezi near Durban, South Africa on May 22. Photo: Reuters
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