The northern areas of KwaZulu-Natal are in the grip of a severe drought, with dams and rivers fast drying up.

The Jozini dam is so low that authorities fear that by the time winter is over, the dam will have run out of water. The drought has affected game reserves, lodges and other establishments frequented by foreign and local tourists that rely on a regular supply of water for sustainability...

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