No sign yet of tropical depression in Namibia

No sign yet of tropical depression in Namibia

There is no sign of the much anticipated tropical depression in the Omaheke Region yet.
Our news team is at the Buitepos Border post between Namibia and Botswana and the weather is cloudy and humid.
John Mosemedi's family which travelled from Karikubis, about 70 km from inside Botswana from its borders with Namibia said they did not see anything unusual about the weather.
He told NBC News that at first they were afraid to travel but arrived in Namibia without any problem.
Matthew Shihepo, a truck driver, travelled from South Africa, through Botswana, to Namibia and noticed nothing unusual about the weather.
Work at the Buitepos border is continuing as usual. Officials there said they are yet to experience the tropical depression since they received the news of cyclone Dineo, which wreaked havoc in Mozambique this week.
No rain has been received in the area around the border post for three days now.
Our teams in Kavango and Otjozondjupa region have not experienced any extraordinary weather conditions. Grootfontein has received good rains since yesterday.
However, two vehicles were reportedly blown off the B1 road between Windhoek and Rehoboth last night.