Hot week ahead: Gauteng residents have been advised to take the correct measures to stay cool and safe as temperatures rise.
Brace yourself! Scorching conditions are expected TODAY in these parts of South Africa. Here are the affected parts.
Very hot and uncomfortable weather conditions are expected in the Northern and Western Cape. Here is more information below..
A HEATWAVE with scorching conditions is reported NOW in these parts of South Africa. Here is the list of the affected areas.
Johannesburg Water has announced that some reservoirs and towers continue to suffer as capacity is affected by high WATER consumption.
The weather services warned that SCORCHING conditions are expected in Gauteng due to a heatwave. Here is the latest.
The SA Weather Service have issued heatwave warnings for parts of South Africa. Here’s how to stay safe during high temperatures.
South African Weather Service (SAWS), issued a warning that some parts of Gauteng must expect a heatwave from 5-8 October 2023.
Watch news in a minute for a summary of Heatwave conditions are expected in Gauteng, North West, Free State and the Eastern Cape.
Heatwave conditions are expected in Gauteng, North West, Free State and the Eastern Cape over the next three days.
Residents in Gauteng and surrounding provinces are urged to stay hydrated as a heatwave is expected in the next three days.
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The SA Weather Service warned that HEATWAVE, and veld fire conditions are expected in these provinces today.
High temperatures in Gauteng and KZN may cause heat exhaustion, heatstroke and other health issues, said the government.
The weather service issued a heatwave advisory for the central and eastern parts of KZN, where temperatures could reach up to 39C.
With temperatures expected to reach as high as 37 degrees, it’s important to stay hydrated and aware of the potential health risks associated with extreme heat.
Five farmworkers in Kakamas, Northern Cape have died of heatstroke. Another patient is recovering in hospital on a ventilator.