President Ramaphosa Offers Condolences and Urges Caution Amid Eastern Cape Floods

President Cyril Ramaphosa has extended his heartfelt condolences to the families of those who have lost their lives in the devastating floods that have hit the Eastern Cape province. The floods have affected several areas, including Nelson Mandela Bay, Buffalo City, and Kariega, causing destruction of infrastructure and personal property.

The President’s thoughts are also with the families of those who have been reported missing, and he commended the rescue and recovery efforts of authorities, communities, NGOs, and individuals. He urged the public to work together to overcome the aftermath of the floods.

With the winter season approaching, President Ramaphosa cautioned citizens to prioritize safety by heeding weather alerts and exercising caution on the roads in poor weather conditions. He also appealed to citizens to reach out to vulnerable members of their families and communities, particularly those with limited resources or living alone, to ensure their safety and comfort during this challenging time.

The President’s message of condolence and caution comes as the country grapples with the impact of the floods, which have displaced numerous families and caused significant damage to infrastructure.

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