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Torrential rain – the worst experienced in more than six decades – has knocked out operations at South Africa’s largest port, Durban.
Some parts of KwaZulu-Natal province recorded as much as 300 mm of rain within 24 hours earlier this week with many deaths reported and severe damage to road and rail links.
An update from Danish carrier Maersk stated that depot and warehouse operations have been suspended, and there is no access to the Durban terminal because of “significant damage” to an access road.
Read more in an article from Splash.