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South Africa's poor hit hardest by floods
More than 30,000 people, mostly from poor areas in Cape Town, struggle to cope with damage.
Last Modified: 12 Jul 2012 16:16

Flooding in South Africa has left more than 30,000 people struggling to cope with damage to their homes and businesses.

The poorest residential areas in and around Cape Town have been affected most by the disaster. 

Weather forecasters say heavy rains that have been falling since late June are going to continue.

Haru Mutasa reports from Cape Town.

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