The destruction and loss of life after flooding in parts of KwaZulu-Natal in April shows that climate change is already affecting SA, delegates at a conference were told on Thursday.

The floods in KwaZulu-Natal proved that climate change was no longer “a slow onset event, but part of our current lived reality,” environmental affairs minister Barbara Creecy said. ..

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