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South Africa floods: President pledges more aid to rebuild communities

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Communities affected by the devastating floods that killed at least 448 people in the eastern city of Durban in South Africa are trying to salvage whatever is left of their belongings as search and rescue operations continue to find missing persons. FRANCE 24's Nadine Theron reports from South Africa.

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