South Africa: new death toll of at least 443 after the floods

South Africa: new death toll of at least 443 after the floods  In South Africa, rescue operations continue after deadly floods in KwaZulu-Natal. While the toll continues to rise, search missions have resumed with the decline of the bad weather. And to help survivors waiting for information about their relatives, several hundred social workers have been deployed.  We will never abandon the citizens of our province. We join and support everyone affected by the storm. Let's unite to support everyone. #KZNUnite "This morning, KwaZulu-Natal received 38 calls and in the places we visited, six bodies were found" , detailed Sihle Zikalala, Prime Minister of KwaZulu-Nata. "We have approximately 63 people missing or missing. The death toll now stands at 443 victims."  "This morning, the Executive Council approved the government's regional support policy for funeral assistance to the families of flood-related victims ," ​​continued Sihle Zikalala. "Municipalities have taken steps to help the needy and deprived and they are currently in the process of listing the profiles in accordance with these policies."  Observing a short respite from the disaster, around 200 Christians gathered on Sunday to celebrate Easter in the church of Inanda, a few tens of kilometers from the center of Durban .  The Southeast region has been affected by floods in the past, but never at this level of intensity. The government announced immediate emergency assistance of $68 million.   A 2.8 kg Tanzanian ruby ​​on display in Dubai One of the world's largest rough rubies, dubbed "Burj Alhamal", was first shown to the public on Friday at a hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.  One of the largest rough rubies found in Tanzania, dubbed "Burj Alhamal", was first shown to the public on Friday at a hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, ahead of its auction. The price of this stone with greenish and dark purple hues could reach 120 million dollars. Weighing 2.8 kg, it is one of the largest rough rubies ever unearthed in the world and it is among the rarest rubies.  It's a rough ruby ​​from Tanzania, it's 8,400 carats, it's unheated, what I mean by unheated is that it hasn't been treated. So it's natural and that's why it's precious. We are going to auction it, but before the auction, for the next 30 days, we are going to travel around Dubai in different places where everyone can see it. Because it is important to show that he really exists. You can google these images, but you won't know if they're real or not, explained Patrick Bellati, managing director of SJ Gold & Diamond.  The arrival of Burj Alhamal in Dubai solidifies the region's status as a leader in the gemstone market. During its auction, it will be known whether the stone will be cut into small pieces or sold as is. The potential buyer of the stone will have to decide what to do with it after its acquisition. Last month, a giant diamond called "The Rock" was displayed for the first time in Dubai.

In South Africa, rescue operations continue after deadly floods in KwaZulu-Natal. While the toll continues to rise, search missions have resumed with the decline of the bad weather. And to help survivors waiting for information about their relatives, several hundred social workers have been deployed.

We will never abandon the citizens of our province. We join and support everyone affected by the storm. Let's unite to support everyone. #KZNUnite

"This morning, KwaZulu-Natal received 38 calls and in the places we visited, six bodies were found" , detailed Sihle Zikalala, Prime Minister of KwaZulu-Nata. "We have approximately 63 people missing or missing. The death toll now stands at 443 victims."

"This morning, the Executive Council approved the government's regional support policy for funeral assistance to the families of flood-related victims ," ​​continued Sihle Zikalala. "Municipalities have taken steps to help the needy and deprived and they are currently in the process of listing the profiles in accordance with these policies."

Observing a short respite from the disaster, around 200 Christians gathered on Sunday to celebrate Easter in the church of Inanda, a few tens of kilometers from the center of Durban .

The Southeast region has been affected by floods in the past, but never at this level of intensity. The government announced immediate emergency assistance of $68 million.

A 2.8 kg Tanzanian ruby ​​on display in Dubai

One of the world's largest rough rubies, dubbed "Burj Alhamal", was first shown to the public on Friday at a hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.

One of the largest rough rubies found in Tanzania, dubbed "Burj Alhamal", was first shown to the public on Friday at a hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, ahead of its auction. The price of this stone with greenish and dark purple hues could reach 120 million dollars. Weighing 2.8 kg, it is one of the largest rough rubies ever unearthed in the world and it is among the rarest rubies.

It's a rough ruby ​​from Tanzania, it's 8,400 carats, it's unheated, what I mean by unheated is that it hasn't been treated. So it's natural and that's why it's precious. We are going to auction it, but before the auction, for the next 30 days, we are going to travel around Dubai in different places where everyone can see it. Because it is important to show that he really exists. You can google these images, but you won't know if they're real or not, explained Patrick Bellati, managing director of SJ Gold & Diamond.

The arrival of Burj Alhamal in Dubai solidifies the region's status as a leader in the gemstone market. During its auction, it will be known whether the stone will be cut into small pieces or sold as is. The potential buyer of the stone will have to decide what to do with it after its acquisition. Last month, a giant diamond called "The Rock" was displayed for the first time in Dubai.
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