Southern Africa: Risk of Flooding
Southern Africa has been experiencing torrential rains since 1 March, which have been particularly affecting Swaziland, southern Mozambique, and north-east of South Africa.
In Mozambique, the basins of Incomati, Limpopo and Umbeluzi have been on alert since 6 March. As of 8 March, Incomati river levels reached their peak and Maputo basin reached alert levels. Other basins still on alert in the rest of the country were Pungue, Zambeze, Messalo and Lugenda.