Death toll from Storm Eloise rises in south-east Africa
In central Mozambique, Eloise worsened existing floods, with villages and vast swathes of farmland submerged after rivers burst their banks
The death toll from storm Eloise rose to at least 12 on Monday, according to figures from authorities across south-eastern Africa, where heavy winds, rain and flooding have also destroyed buildings and crops.
A tropical cyclone when it made landfall at Mozambique's central province of Sofala on Saturday, Eloise subsequently weakened to a tropical storm as it moved inland to dump rain on Zimbabwe, eSwatini, South Africa and Botswana...
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