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PROPHECY FULFILLED GOD SAID 2021- DURBAN HARBOUR AND FOOD & FUEL SHORTAGES

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GOD SAID 2021

As the Prophets gathered in July 2020 to hear God concerning South Africa and the nations in 2021. The Lord warned of the following concerning the Durban Harbour amd Food Shortages.

P.105 GOD SAID 2021
P.106 GOD SAID 2021

FULFILLMENT:

Durban Port: Impact of unrest, cybersecurity hack a food crisis in the making

29 Jul 2021 Witness Reporter

The Durban container terminal. (File/Getty)

The Durban container terminal. (File/Getty)

Imported perishable food containers need to be re-routed to inland cold storage facilities, as KwaZulu-Natal facilities have been severely impacted by the recent unrest.

This is according to the South African Meat Processors Association (SAMPA) and the South African Association of Meat Importers and Exporters (AMIE SA).null

In a statement, the associations said that this is critical if South Africa wants to avoid chronic food shortages across the country, specifically for the poorest who rely on affordable chicken and meat products such as polony, as their primary sources of protein.

They said there are currently 290 reefer containers (temperature controlled containers) which require an urgent cold storage remedy, with many more containers en route from international markets to offload at the port of Durban.

For More Click Here: https://www.news24.com/witness/news/durban/durban-port-impact-of-unrest-cybersecurity-hack-a-food-crisis-in-the-making-20210729

Food and fuel shortages hit parts of South Africa

Staff Writer 4 months ago

There are long queues at food stores and petrol stations in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal as shortages are starting to hit the two provinces.

ENCA reported that people in Durban are scrambling to get fuel with some people queuing for hours to get into filling stations.

Many petrol stations have run out of fuel and do not know when they will get more fuel to serve their customers.

People in communities hit by looting say they are running out of basic essentials like bread, milk, and chronic medication.

FOR MORE CLICK HERE: https://www.google.com/amp/s/mybroadband.co.za/news/trending/406212-food-and-fuel-shortages-hit-parts-of-south-africa.html/amp

https://www.google.com/amp/s/mybroadband.co.za/news/motoring/406012-fuel-shortage-concerns-in-south-africa.html/amp


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