PICS: KZN floods

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  1. The birds take advantage of the flooded Royal Golf Club. Picture: Puri Devjee
  2. Part of Alpine Road, in Springfield, was closed after Sunday evening's rain.
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  4. Areas of the Durban beachfront, after Sunday's rain. Picture: Puri Devjee
  5. A resident in Lamontville faces a mudslide that infiltrates her RDP home. Picture: Puri Devjee
  6. A popular soccer field at Curries Fountain, close to the Durban CBD, is flooded. Picture: Puri Devjee
  7. Blue Lagoon beach. Picture: Puri Devjee
  8. A tree that was uprooted during Sunday's flash floods, lies across Alpine Road in Springfield, close to the Durban CBD. Picture: Puri Devjee
  9. Part of Royal Durban Golf Club, turned into a water-way after Sunday's floods. Picture: Puri Devjee

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Anonymous, wrote

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10:15am on 30 November 2011
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this is nothing compared to what's going on in Thailand...

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Theo Lande, wrote

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02:43pm on 28 November 2011
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We feel sorry for all those affected and call upon our caring government and society to assist with the necessary needas,

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