Severe Tropical Cyclones Now a Thing in Southern Africa - Study
New research published in the South African Journal of Science suggests that South Africa and its neighbours can expect more severe tropical cyclones linked to global climate change, writes Tony Carnie in the Daily Maverick.
Daily Maverick, 28 November 2018
New research published in the SA Journal of Science suggests that South African and its neighbours can expect more severe (CAT 5) tropical cyclones linked to global climate change. Read more »
Tropical Cyclone Fantala northeast of Madagascar on 17 April 2016.
The Conversation Africa, 27 November 2018
As 2018 draws to a close, powerful tropical cyclones continue to make headlines. In August, tropical cyclone Lane wrought huge damage in the US; it was quickly followed by… Read more »
This came after Madagascan authorities issued a warning of severe floods and storm damage on the island. Read more »
Cyclone Dineo made landfall on the southern Mozambique coast, north of Inhambane and is now progressing to South Africa's Limpopo and Mpumalanga Provinces where residents are ... Read more »