One of the hottest countries in the world is providing funding for scientists and meteorologists to make fake rain using advanced drone technology.
Cape Town woke up to a bit of welcome good news – our dams have filled up to the highest levels we’ve seen in six years.
Torrential rains and heavy winds battered Bloubergstrand on Tuesday, carrying away furniture and tipping boats. At least it gave us this classic video clip.
If you missed the incredible rainbow over Cape Town yesterday, you’re in luck. Your fellow Capetonians captured it and the pics are stunning.
A 19-year-old Indonesian man survived for seven weeks adrift in the Pacific Ocean, after a storm in July broke his boat away from its moorings.
After a weekend of cyclonic winds and heavy rains, the Mother City – as well as the rest of the country – is in for more rough weather conditions.
Capetonians, it appears your rain dances have worked. Two cold fronts are expected to hit the peninsula this week, bringing buckets of rain for us to stomp in.
A massive storm smashed into Durban’s coastline this morning, and has already wreaked havoc with flash floods and strong winds. Take a look for yourself.
According to weather reporters, there’s a “dik” storm coming through this week and y’all better be prepared. Perhaps all those prayers have been answered.
Houston just requested to be declared a disaster region, so much rain falling on the metro area that some are calling it ‘biblical’.
Although there was considerable damage, northern regions of South Africa experienced relief yesterday as heavy rains fell.
There’s another fire, can you believe it? Reporters are saying it’s unrelated, but still – more flames to fight against with in already stretched resources.
Now who would’ve thought that a rain delay could be this entertaining. Kid’s fun day May 24th, was clearly not the best day for tennis, but who said that Professional Tennis Players and fellow French Citizens, Gael Monfils and Laurent Lokoli, won’t still be able to entertain the crowds at Roland Garros. Upon rain delay, […]
Yesterday afternoon, like so many summer afternoons in Johannesburg, saw some really destructive hail tear through parts of the city, leaving hundreds of people questioning the safety of their cars, windows and pets.
These pics were recently sent in by a 2oceansviber caught in today’s flooding. ‘Ell, but it’s wet hey?
Need proof? Here’s the weather report. See? Life is about seizing opportunities, friend. And bunny chows in bad weather. You aren’t living if you’re not chowing bunnies. Okay, so, you’re bunny chowing tonight. Good. This is how you’ll make it.
A major rescue operation on Sunday saw 41 people trapped on the Butha Buthe Pass en route to Afri-Ski and the Oxbow Lodge, in Lesotho, brought to safety. Check out video footage inside.