Communities warned to be wary of rivers and dams as persistent rains have raised dam levels and rivers might be flooding.
More than twenty people have drowned in rivers and dams across the Limpopo Province in less than two months since the rainy Season commenced. From the beginning of October 2022 to date, the police have recorded twenty incidents of Inquests resulting from drownings, with the number of victims counting more than the incidents.
Members of the SAPS #SearchAndRescue Team have their hands full, attending to numerous calls of drownings in all five Districts of the Province.
The Provincial Commissioner of Police in Limpopo Lieutenant General Thembi Hadebe has called on communities to be wary of rivers and dams as persistent rains have probably raised dam levels and rivers might be flooding.