Floods in the Southern region





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    Default Floods in the Southern region

    Take care if you are travelling through Malawi at the moment , we had a week of solid rain and many roads and bridges are damaged.

    The Shire has broken its banks in Chikwawa, the bridge might be closed.

    Cheers
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    Default Re: Floods in the Southern region

    28 people dead so far, and tens of thousands displaced - and there is more on its way with the cyclone approaching Beira and the Moz coast:

    http://news.trust.org/item/20190310072900-2tl8b/
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    Default Re: Floods in the Southern region

    We are hoping the Moz cyclone will not affect Malawi as much, we'll see...

    The Kamuzu bridge in Chikwawa was still not accessible yesterday because of water and mud on the stretch of road approaching the bridge on the Blantyre/escarpment side.

    If you are planning to visit Majete NP, Lengwe NP, Elephant Marsh or Mwabvi , call ahead to check the current situation.

    Cheers
    Last edited by tashtego9; 2019/03/12 at 07:57 PM.

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