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IN PICTURES: Heavy rains, mudslides prompt evacuations in EC, KZN

KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape are the hardest hit provinces with families being displaced after their homes were hit by flash floods.

A home in Port St Johns after flooding hit after heavy rain in the area on 22 April 2019. Picture: @BantuHolomisa/Twitter

JOHANNESBURG - Emergency services officials are dealing with several disasters across the country following heavy rainfall over the last few days.

KwaZulu-Natal and Eastern Cape are the hardest hit provinces with families being displaced after their homes were hit by flash floods.

Videos and pictures of the devastation have been shared on social media:

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