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Disaster teams on standby in CT

Disaster management is on standby as heavy rains persists across the Mother City.

FILE PICTURE: heavy rains continues across the Mother City
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CAPE TOWN - Western Cape Disaster Management on Saturday said teams will be on high alert for flooding this weekend, as wet weather persists across the Cape Town.

Khayelitsha, Gugulethu as well as happy valley have been affected, but there have been no reports of flooding.

Disaster management spokesperson Wilfred Solomons Johannes said teams were on standby as they brace themselves for a very busy weekend.

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