Floods displace scores in AngolaFrom LUCAS PEDRO in Luanda ,AngolaLUANDA, (CAJ News) – INCESSANT rains that have left thousands homeless in Mozambique are feared to worsen a deadly cholera outbreak that has hit the southern African country. The northern Luanda Province is the worst affected with 1 800 homes flooded. Meanwhile, there are fears of more deaths in the Zaire Province, also in the north, if the rains persist. Some five people have been killed form 100 suspected cases since the outbreak in November last year. Angola reported a total of 30 612 cases and 1 156 deaths from February to May 2006.
Source: The North Africa Journal January 11, 2017 05:55 UTC