The South African reports that KwaZulu-Natal can expect more heavy rainfall on Thursday, November 14, just days after severe storms took the lives of two people in the province.
Rain is expected to persist over the next 72 hours.
Dangerous conditions such as, landslides and overflowing rivers, are likely to endanger hundreds of people.
The worst-affected areas are outside Port Shepstone, which can expect 200mm of rainfall. Greytown is also likely to receive 100mm of rainfall. Durban and Richards Bay can expect between 60-100mm of rainfall before the end of the week.
Travellers are advised to check weather reports before going on a journey or heading to the airport.