Three vessels ran aground and two were cast adrift by the storm © @EMERGCONTROL #ArriveAlive
Three vessels ran aground and two were cast adrift by the storm © @EMERGCONTROL #ArriveAlive

Storm shuts down Port of Durban

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
12 October 2017

The Port of Durban was blocked by a grounded ship after a storm tore through the Kwa-Zulu Natal region of South Africa on Tuesday.

All cargo movements at the port, one of Africa’s busiest, were halted by the storm, which killed at least eight people.

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