Durban - The extreme weather conditions experienced in certain parts of South Africa, has resulted in parts of the country being blanketed in snow.
According to the South African Weather Service (SAWS) weather overview for Tuesday, the Eastern Cape was expected to experience rainfall and temperatures lower than 20 degree Celsius.
Parts of the Eastern Cape are experiencing similar conditions as KwaZulu-Natal as they are under both severe weather watch and severe weather warning.
As a result, snow has fallen at Tiffindell Ski Resort, which is situated along the border of Lesotho.
On Monday, SAWS had said disruptive snowfall was expected over the Drakensberg from Monday night and into Tuesday morning.
According to Snow Report SA, there was a significant amount of snow that fell at Sani Pass which is located between KwaZulu-Natal and Lesotho.
Other areas that experienced snowfall was Matatiele and Barkly in the Eastern Cape, the Maluti mountains in Lesotho and Kings Cote between Swartberg and Underberg in KZN.