As another cold front sweeps through the Western Cape, at least two trees have fallen and caused damage.
The Cape is experiencing heavy rains, gale-force winds and rough sea conditions.
Provincial traffic chief Kenny Africa said that a tree had also fallen on the R300 before Hindle Road.
“The tree fell on a light motor vehicle. Traffic is currently bumper-to-bumper and very slow-moving. We have traffic officers on the scene redirection traffic.”
It’s not yet clear if there have been any injuries.
IN OTHER NEWS:Mutharika applied for asylum in South Africa
Outgoing Malawi president, Peter Mutharika is said to have written to the South African Home Affairs Department seeking a temporary permit to live in South Africa.
A document that could not be verified from the South African Home Affairs Refugees…https://wp.me/p9dS90-fGX