Three people walk through light flooding in Limpopo due to storm Eloise.Three people walk through light flooding in Limpopo due to storm Eloise.

There have been reports of light flooding and debris causing roads to be closed in low-lying areas of Limpopo after heavy rains and strong winds due to tropical storm Eloise.

The local Tzaneen Voice reported on flooding in the Tshakuma area of Limpopo, as well as on the Mufongodi River overflowing.

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People cross a low-lying bridge over the Mufongodi River, Sane village in Limpopo.

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A bus partially submerged in water after flooding.

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A road blocked with debris.

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Flooding in a village in Limpopo.

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Flooding in Limpopo due to storm Eloise.

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Earlier on Sunday, the R36 in Limpopo was reportedly flooded at Khujwana Bridge outside Tzaneen after heavy and persistent rains.

It was also reported that strong winds had blown down trees, blocking the Sabie and Lydenburg roads, as well as the R71 in Magoebaskloof.

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