At least 60 people have died in South Africa after flooding overtook the Southeast province of KwaZulu-Natal. The region, which contains the city of Durban, has been hit with heavy rain since Monday. A South African broadcaster says more than 1,000 people may be displaced due to the flooding, which has caused mudslides and buildings to collapse. More floods could be on the horizon, and a government spokesperson told CNNthere is a 50 percent chance of more rain. The affected areas are still under a severe weather warning, reports BBC.

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