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Sex, drunks and insults: Flood victims plead for dignity

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There are 430 people who were victims of the recent KZN floods who are currently staying at Mountview Hall in Verulum outside Durban. Photo: Yoliswa Sobuwa/City Press
There are 430 people who were victims of the recent KZN floods who are currently staying at Mountview Hall in Verulum outside Durban. Photo: Yoliswa Sobuwa/City Press

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City Press recently visited the hall that is accommodating those who were displaced by the floods that ravaged the province in April. Children were playing outside; adults were busy with chores such as washing laundry; while others were basking in the winter sun.

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