The Cyclone Idai leaved many Southern African homeless, hungry and hopeless following its hit earlier in the month of March.
The Pan Africanist Congress of Azania (PAC) sent their deeply felt condolences to families of the victims of Cyclone Idai that left in its wake many fatalities and abolition of properties in Mozambique, Malawi and Zimbabwe recently.
Tropical Cyclone Idai has devastated the eastern side of the Southern African Development Community very badly, leaving many people dead, injured or displaced from their homes.
PAC said even though such occurrences are often associated with acts of the Creator, the pollution of the atmosphere with industrial gases toxify the climate in the name of big business. The party is particularly concerned with the latter, rather than the former.
PAC Secretarial of Publicity and Information Jaki Seroke said the social reality of climate change is now a fact of life globally, and Southern Africa is no exception. “We believe that the climate change denialisms cannot continue to encourage the pollutants to endanger the future of our children and our beloved lands. Governments in the SADC region must facilitate ecofriendly policies to protect the environment.” He said.