Cyclone Freddy to ease after battering Malawi, Mozambique
Cyclone Freddy: Cyclone Freddy wreaks havoc in Malawi, hundreds of deaths... thousands of homes landed, millions displaced
Cyclone Freddy in Malawi Southern Africa: According to the AFP report, the number of displaced people has increased from 183,159 to 40,702. Malawi's President Chakvera has resumed his appeal for global assistance. Due to torrential rains this week, many survivors have been trapped by floods and mud. Rescuers are searching for the victims. More than 300 emergency shelters have been built for the survivors, while the army and police have been depl…
Cyclone Freddy wanes after battering Malawi and Mozambique
Cyclone Freddy dissipated over land late Wednesday after it made second landfall in Mozambique and then Malawi over the weekend and caused mass devastation in several regions, including Malawi's financial capital, Blantyre. The storm dumped six months' worth of rainfall in six days in southern Malawi, leaving a trail of destruction and severely damaging infrastructure as well as flooding farmland. More than 300 emergency shelters have been set up
Cyclone Freddy wanes after killing scores of people in Malawi and Mozambique
Cyclone Freddy has dissipated after killing scores of people and displacing thousands in Mozambique and Malawi since late last week, although flooding remains a threat in both countries, a regional monitoring centre said.