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Mail & Guardian Sep 12
Replying to @mailandguardian
Firefighter M. Zwane breaks down what happened when the firefighters died last week. “My brothers deserved to still be here today”.
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Xola Mkhize Sep 14
5) The firefighter who fell off the 23rd floor was only 28 years old😪😪 His face was burnt beyond recognition😣🥺 His mom looked like she just wasn't gonna make it.
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Tshilidzi Sep 15
Our fallen Hero FF/EMT . May your soul rest in peace Fighter.
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R.M Phoolo Sep 12
Heroes!!! Mduduzi Ndlovu, Khathutshelo Muedi and Simphiwe Moropana gave their lives saving people during the Johannesburg fire. RIP . Condolences to thier families. ♥️
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Nana Radebe Sep 14
Funeral procession of the late firefighter/EMT Khathutshelo Muedi
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khanyA Sep 12
Just to be insensitive for a bit. This would be a great time to make a show about jo'burg's firefighters and actually show what's wrong with their conditions.
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Londi Sep 13
Replying to @Zwelinzima1
Mashaba failed n the firefighters (RIP), who goes to war unarmed n hope that the enemy will supply him with armament ? Pity Joburg people won't know the truth with the likes of u using this tragedy for politicking n settling scores...u have no shame !
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Asanda|Lue Sep 12
Outside Lisbon building
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Mail & Guardian Sep 12
Replying to @mailandguardian
Family members of the deceased firefighters — Simphiwe Moropane (28), Mduduzi Ndlovu (40) and Kathutshelo Muedi (37) — break down when they are led to the site of the .
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Caleb🌻 Sep 12
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Pule letshwiti Sep 12
As firefighters pay tribute to the their colleagues who lost their lives. Mourners also arrive at the building which saw some of their loved ones who lost their lives trying to save the burning building.
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eNCA Sep 19
could have been prevented: Mkhize
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Mail & Guardian Sep 12
Replying to @mailandguardian
Zwane says the firefighters walked up the stairs to the 23rd floor of the building and that having access to sufficient water could have saved their lives.
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Moses Moyo Sep 11
Replying to @GautengProvince
“Staff evacuated from the affected buildings are being accommodated in various government premises including disaster recovery centres, regional offices and temporary rented office space”
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Mail & Guardian Sep 12
Replying to @mailandguardian
Firefighter L. Majozi pays tribute to the the fallen heroes.
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Eyewitness News Sep 13
[WATCH] "I'm hurting. My heart is broken." Firefighter Themba Tshemese opens up about his fallen friends. Watch more here:
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City of Joburg Sep 12
Hanging of helmets in honour of our fallen heroes. ^PS
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MuAfrica wa Zikode Sep 12
Replying to @GautengANC
Really ANC cares by risking the lives of their government led employees in those dangerous departmental buildings with non compliance to HSE. That Led to loss of life? You must be kidding.
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The Honey Badger Sep 12
Am I alone in thinking that the memorial activities for the deceased fireman are undisciplined and chaotic? I think those brave men deserved better!
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