Floods in Southern Africa

  • Southern Africa:   The Zambezi Shows Its Might

    UNIRIN, 27 March 2009

    Rain continues to lash countries along the course of the upper Zambezi River, aggravating already extensive flooding in Angola, Botswana, Namibia and Zambia, where crops and… Read more »

  • Southern Africa:   Floods Displace Thousands in Region, UN Says

    UN News, 27 March 2009

    Floods across southern Africa, caused by extreme rainfall, have caused massive damage to land and property and displaced thousands of people, the United Nations Office for the… Read more »

  • Southern Africa:   Anglican Head Blames Floods On Climate Change

    CISA, 24 March 2009

    The floods ravaging Angola and Namibia are a further illustration of the urgent need to tackle global warming, the head of the Anglican Church in Southern Africa, Archbishop Thabo… Read more »

  • Zambia:   Flooded Kanyama School Closes

    Times of Zambia, 25 March 2009

    NEW Kanyama Basic School in Lusaka has been shut down with immediate effect following the heavy rain that has caused flooding to the classrooms and the teachers' compound. Read more »

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