On 3 January, a tornado hit Panbult in Mpumalanga. It reported lasted 40 minutes and destroyed a farm and seven houses.
On Saturday, a video captured what appears to be a tornado in a part of Mpumalanga.
The South African Weather Service confirmed it was a tornado in Panbult, which lasted for approximately 40 minutes.
According to the SA Weather Service's media release statement, the tornado destroyed a farm and the homes of seven families.
Take a look at the statement below:
Another video captured a tornado in Belfast, Mpumalanga on 6 January. Storm Report SA shared the video on Facebook, captioning the post:
"Another view of the funnel cloud in Belfast Mpumalanga earlier today. On another video, on our wall, the funnel cloud touched down, making it a tornado but we are still looking for better footage to confirm this."
South Africans voiced their opinions on the strange weather phenomena on social media.
Twitter user, @mancave_za, commented:
"What is going on?"
Another tweep, @Tersia62986998, added:
Briefly.co.za previously reported on several tornadoes that caused chaos in KwaZulu-Natal in 2019.
Take a look at the video of the tornado in Mpumalanga below:
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