Ramaphosa wants accommodation found sooner for KZN flood victims

 President Cyril Ramaphosa wants the grieving families who are temporarily sheltering in shelters after the devastating floods in KwaZulu-Natal earlier this year to be moved to more suitable accommodation as soon as possible.   He said this while speaking at the ninth provincial election conference in KwaZulu-Natal on Sunday.   Although Ramaphosa was received unfavorably by some  pro-Zuma delegates, when he finally addressed them, he took the time to address important issues affecting the province, including terrible floods. “I know that there are many challenges  we have to overcome after this flood. As we recover from the floods, our priority must be to find suitable accommodation for those  who are still in shelters,” he said.   "There are quite a few of our people  still in shelters, which we still have to deal with."   As the province rebuilds, Ramaphosa says she needs resilient infrastructure, structurally stable housing, and  a good spatial location, so that “we no lon