Powerful wave swept up concrete tables and sandbags like balloons, says KZN restaurant owner

Owner says it will take three months and as much as R4m to restore the popular tourist spot to its former glory

18 September 2023 - 20:21

“I watched the wave wash away my businesses and injure my staff and customers and there was nothing I could do,” said a co-owner of a KwaZulu-Natal south coast restaurant that was severely hit by a freak wave on Sunday...

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