Durban and KwaZulu Natal province in South Africa have been badly affected by floods and mudslides leaving about 60 people.
Over 1000 people have been misplaced forcing South African President Cyril Ramaphosa to visit the affected regions.
Learning institutions, houses and businesses have been affected with the floods with the southern and eastern parts of the country being the worst hit.
President Cyril is said to have laid a wreath on one of the graves where seven people had died as he tried to push his security from blocking people from talking to him.
Among the dead was a six months old baby and a young girl. Some families report to have seven of their family members from mudslides.