The death toll from South Africa’s worst floods in living memory was yesterday officially revised down to 435 after autopsies showed the figures included some who had been murdered or died from natural causes. A total toll of 448 deaths had been announced, the AFP News Agency reports, with dozens still missing after torrential rains last week, triggered record floods and mudslides in eastern coastal parts of the country. Government officials say dozens are still unaccounted.
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