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Drought

This disaster we are facing as a result of the drought started in the 2003/2004 season and escalated drastically in the 2004/2005 season, which has just come to an end for our grain producers.


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S.A. Weather and Disaster Information Service, South Africa: The Laingsburg Flood - 25 January 1981

S.A. Weather and Disaster Information Service, South Africa: The Laingsburg Flood - 25 January 1981 | Using ICT to learn Social Science for grade 8-9 | Scoop.it

The SAWDIS envisage the publication of further papers on the Laingsburg Flood event. Please note the SAWDIS do not take any credit for any of these papers and that these papers are published for educational purposes only.


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BusinessDay - Cyclone forecast to bring ‘extreme’ rain to KwaZulu-Natal

BusinessDay - Cyclone forecast to bring ‘extreme’ rain to KwaZulu-Natal | Using ICT to learn Social Science for grade 8-9 | Scoop.it
Cyclone forecast to bring ‘extreme’ rain to KwaZulu-NatalNews about business and finance...

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Berlin, Eastern Cape - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Berlin, Eastern Cape

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Berlin is a town in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. Village some 20km east of King William's Town. Founded in 1857 by German settlers of the British-German Legion and named after the German capital.

Berlin is a town in Buffalo City Metropolitan Municipality in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa.


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Earthquakes: Overview - MyFundi

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The earthquake that caused most devastation in South Africa's history shook the Ceres area at 22:03 on 29 September 1969. It reached approximately VIII on the adjusted Mercalli Scale and was felt as far away as Durban, 1 175 km away. It was followed by a series of aftershocks, of which the strongest was recorded in April the following year.


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At least 100 people drown in a flood at Laingsburg | South African History Online

At least 100 people drown in a flood at Laingsburg | South African History Online | Using ICT to learn Social Science for grade 8-9 | Scoop.it
On 25 January 1981, Laingsburg (Western Cape) was devastated by a severe flood. The hard rains immersed the whole town in water, only the roofs of the houses were left visible.

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9/56 YEAR CYCLE: SOUTH AFRICAN EARTHQUAKES

9/56 YEAR CYCLE: SOUTH AFRICAN EARTHQUAKES | Using ICT to learn Social Science for grade 8-9 | Scoop.it

a comprehensive listing of earthquakes to 1971 in the southwestern Cape Province of South Africa.


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