the Deaths have occurred in the eastern part of Zimbabwe, bordering Mozambique.
71 people reported missing, according to the country's beredskapsdepartement.
have been affected by the storm in the form of power outages and flooding.
According to Joshua Sacco, a member of parliament in the affected Chimanimani region, has at least 25 buildings have been washed away in a landslide.
" There were people in the houses. They belong to the missing, " he says.
who died when a large rock crashed into their dorm by a landslide. It also caused a collapse in the building, in which around 50 people stuck behind the masses. The school has been closed and the military has been called in to evacuate all the students.
The main zimbabwean opposition party the MDC, announces that the state needs to do an intervention of massive proportions to avoid ”a biblical catastrophe” in the affected regions. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has issued a formal katastroftillstånd.
over the several of Zimbabwe's neighbours during the week. In Mozambique, this led to 66 deaths, in Malawi, over 50, and a number of in south Africa.
The mozambican coastal town of Beira, with about half a million inhabitants, has almost been isolated by the storm.