The Corona SunSets Festival which was meant to take place on December 16, unfortunately, had to be cancelled due to “extreme wind conditions”.
Many had their doubts, with some even joking about how one can never trust the weather in Cape Town but the #CapeStorm has officially landed and it’s crazy!
Heavy rains are expected to continue in Gauteng, the North West and the Free State on Saturday.
Extremely high temperatures can be expected in Stilbaai in the Western Cape this weekend.
Cape Town motorists had a frustrating start to their Friday, as the rain caused heavy delays on all major roads into the City.
The South African weather service has given warning of heavy rains this weekend.
The City of Cape Town’s Disaster Operations Centre is on standby to deal with any incidents related to an expected frontal system.
According to a report by the South African Weather Service, Gauteng can expect a rise in temperatures this weekend.
Eskom said in a statement on Wednesday that regardless of the bad weather expected in many parts of South Africa, it will make sure that there is a constant power supply during the municipal elections.
The bad weather affecting many parts of South Africa will require extra vigilance from motorists, and a renewed commitment from all drivers to obey the rules of the road, the Automobile Association (AA) said.