It’s the End of the World!

Except a wee little pocket of dry summery heat down here in the South-West, the rest of South Africa seems to suffer floods of biblical proportions. We’ve heard that even in usually bone-dry Namibia you better wear your wellies when venturing outside. ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Videos of the last couple days are showing mostly rainy, stormy and floody scenes.

This proves once again that Cape Town is the bestest place to live on this planet.

Here’s today’s video:

The next episode of South Africa is today, on 11 February 2023. Videos captured the last few days of different cities and towns across Southern Africa to showcase the weather conditions and activities across South Africa today and surrounding countries on our travel vlog.

Today’s weather forecast indicates an orange Level 5 Warning with disruptive Rainfall leading to flooding of roads and settlements (formal and informal), danger to life (fast flowing streams/deep water), displacement of affected communities, damage to property, infrastructure, loss of livelihood and livestock, major disruption of traffic flow due to major roads being flooded or closed, possible damage to roads and bridges expected over the southern escarpment of the Eastern Cape, central and eastern parts of KwaZulu-Natal, Lowveld and escarpment of Mpumalanga as well as the eastern and northern parts of Limpopo province (credit: Vox weather).

Footage from today includes:
New Castle 0:05
Secunda Funnel 0:53
Kei Mouth 1:09
Komati River
Port Elizabeth / Gqeberha
Cape Town
and many more……

Thank you for sharing your footage.
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