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21/02/2017: City urges residents to drive carefully on wet roads
21 February 2017
Certain parts of Johannesburg are experiencing isolated floods in the low lying areas.

Some of the roads affected are Witkoppen Road in Paulshof, Roosevelt Road in Alexandra and the low level bridge on River Road in Bryanston.

The South African Weather Services is predicting 65 millimetres of rainfall for Johannesburg today which could cause flash floods.

The Department of Public Safety’s Disaster Management Centre was activated last week Friday and will continue to monitor the situation across the City.

I urge motorists to reduce their speed on the wet roads and avoid low lying areas that are prone to be affected by flash floods.

In cases of emergency, please call 10177 for assistance.

For further information contact
MMC Michael Sun
082 822 9340
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Last Updated on 21 February 2017