eThekwini working on long-term solution for families displaced by April's floods
After nearly six months of living in temporary shelters, 2,000 families displaced by the floods in Kwazulu-Natal are going to be moved back to informal settlements.
The families will be provided with new material to build their homes with the help of the eThekwini relief programme.
Eyewitness News reporter Nkosikhona Duma has more on the story.
Duma says the municipality's chairperson for human settlements and infrastructure, Thanduxolo Sabelo, has stated that the municipality is still working on a long-term solution.
Sabelo said that the municipality is still working on a long-term solution and they are hoping that these temporary structures are just a short-term solution.Nkosikhona Duma, Reporter - EWN
Two thousand families will be relocated to these identified areas in eThekwini.Nkosikhona Duma, Reporter - EWN
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