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WATCH: Timelapse video of lightning storm passing Port Elizabeth - 14 March 2017. If you are a storm chaser or just an observer, a thunderstorm that skirted around Port Elizabeth on Tuesday evening did not disappoint - producing some spectacular lightening displays. Our Deputy Editor just happened to capture it all on his phone. The hour-long footage has been compressed to produce this 1 minute 30sec timelapse video of the thunderstorm and the amazing sunset that emerged after the storm had passed.
For more stories visit http://www.enca.com/videos Port Alfred, October 22 -- The death toll has risen to 11 in the wake of extreme flooding in the Eastern Cape. Nearly 389 milimetres of rain have fallen in Port Alfred over the past four days, forcing some residents to flee their homes. The Kariega Bridge connecting Port Alfred to Kenton on Sea has been closed due to flood damage.
The annual Happy Valley Christmas service in Port Elizabeth was again blessed with great weather and a beautiful message. A large number locals and holiday makers took the time to attend. -------------------------------------------------------------------- For more News visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news Follow us on Twitter: @SABCNewsOnline Like us on Facebook: SABC News Online
Many friends and family are battling with cold and wet weather in the moment. For this reason I made this clip to show how lucky we are living here in Port Elizabeth and having all this fantastic nature and great weather literally on our doorstep. Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape South Africa rocks!
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The Armstrong family visits PE from OZ for the December holidays. Kaden and Kailey are out and about enjoying the golden lazy dry summer weather.
People conquering the freezing raining weather conditions to cast there in the democrating election.port elizabeth .south africa.
Driving back from the Audi dealer after dropping parts off for my Audi - I was driving my Jaguar XF here and even though sped up 2x, you can see its a smooth ride - unfortunately, the weather was bad, so visibility is not good...
Taken with a Go Pro 3
Snippets of sea views while traveling in Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape province of South Africa. This small town offers coastal weather, beach life and five star hotels right on the beachfront. PE is known as the Windy City. Perfect for summer holidays or quick getaways (aka shotleft)! Hope this video inspires you to visit the gorgeous town:-)
The Royal Navy's new £3 billion aircraft carrier has not made its first departure from its home port because of poor weather. The HMS Queen Elizabeth is scheduled to leave Portsmouth Naval Base at some point in the next few days. But the 919ft (280m), 65-000 tonne vessel did not set sail on Tuesday because of the weather conditions. Source: https://www.aol.co.uk/news/2017/10/24/new-aircraft-carrier-hms-queen-elizabeth-kept-in-port-by-poor-we/
Beach goers in Port Elizabeth made the most of perfect Boxing Day weather to take in some sun, sea and surf. This comes after a wet and windy Christmas Day in the friendly city. The city boasts some of the best beaches in the country. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Voting day 2016 and the weather is like this...
'Biko' is taken from Peter's third self-titled solo album. Video directed by Lol Creme. Read more - http://petergabriel.com/release/peter-gabriel-3/ Recorded both at his home studio at Ashcombe House, near Bath, and at London’s Townhouse Studios, Peter’s third self-titled album was produced by Steve Lillywhite. The album saw Peter change his writing style; now the rhythm came before the melody and the songs were built up on top of the rhythmic sequences. The album delivered a top 5 UK single in Games Without Frontiers and Peter’s first overtly political song in the shape of totemic closer Biko. It also features notable contributions from Kate Bush, Paul Weller, Phil Collins and David Rhodes. # http://petergabriel.com # http://facebook.com/petergabriel # http://twitter.com/itspetergabrie...