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Frost is expected over the interior of South Africa with severe frost in places according to the South African Weather Service as the cold front continues to keep SA in its grip…

Many of the country’s high-lying areas are blanketed in a thick layer of snow – much to the delight of locals and snow-seeking travellers.

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Some mountain passes remained closed on Tuesday following snowfall across the country. According to Western Cape traffic chief Kenny Africa, the Gydo, Theronsberg, and Matroosberg passes have reopened for traffic while the Swartberg Pass remains closed.

Heavy snowfall has also been reported on the Lootsberg pass between Middelburg and Graaff-Reinet in the Eastern Cape.

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In addition, snowfall has been reported in parts of the Northern Cape and the Free State.

While the Western Cape battled localised flooding, and much of South Africa was hit by freezing temperatures, some residents and travellers made the most of the chilly weather by building snowmen, tobogganing, skiing, and enjoying the snow. The cold has continued, with temperatures remaining low.

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Take a look at some of the images from across the country below:

 

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