'Disaster area' declared in South Africa after fires

Friday, 09 June 2017
The government is set to announce the practical implications of that later this morning The government is set to announce the practical implications of that later this morning
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Knysna in South Africa has been declared a "disaster area" amid wildfires, Enca reports. The government is set to announce the practical implications of that later this morning. The scenic coastal town has been devastated by wildfires which were fuelled by strong winds and the worst winter storm in 30 years. Up to 10,000 people have been evacuated and military equipment was being deployed to douse more than 25 fires. News 24 reports that a mother and toddler caught in the fire have died.

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