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More heavy rainfalls set to continue throughout week

Spokesperson for the Weather Service Jacqueline Modika says residents must be vigilant.

A screengrab of an area in Sebokeng which has been flooded after heavy rain on 30 December 2018.

JOHANNESBURG – The South African Weather Service says heavy rainfalls are expected in Gauteng for the rest of the week.

The province has been battered with heavy downpours since Sunday.

The spokesperson for the Weather Service Jacqueline Modika says residents must be vigilant.

“For this whole week, it’s actually very favourable for rain for Gauteng. So, we’re having the same chance up until Thursday, but by Friday chances are it will be decreasing.

“However, Friday will still do have chances of 30% showers. So, I think Friday and Saturday will just be your normal thunderstorms.”

[Watch] Heavy rains cause flooding in Sebokeng

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