At least one person has been killed and dozens injured in central South Africa, in flooding caused by the bursting of a dam at a mine.
The water swept away houses and cars in the town of Jagersfontein, south-west of the Free State capital of Bloemfontein.
People have fled their homes, with a sea of mud and water flowing in.
The town’s power supplies were cut off, as mud engulfed a substation.
Reports say some houses completely collapsed.
Rescue teams – including divers and helicopters – have gone to help.
A government agency has tweeted a video showing the extent of the devastation: