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My Venda Sep 6
Rest In peace, our hero Khathutshelo Meshack Muedi. Khathu is one of the firefighters who passed away this week in Joburg while rescuing 1500 government employees. We thank you for your Selfless Service.
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Vee Sep 6
God bless these heroes. Thank you✊😞
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umZulu-Phaqa🇿🇦 Sep 7
We have set up a task team - South African Proverb
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Mbuyiseni Ndlozi Sep 6
How many more deaths of innocent people will ANC cause before society accepts that they must fall?
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Mikateko Ndlovu Sep 6
The Heros Who died on are getting state funeral Right?
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Thabang  Chaane Sep 6
Eyy Gauteng is busy with he must go back to Mafikeng
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Sindi Sep 6
you really should have taken those you are handing out to Celebs for lunch to the and handed them out to the brave EMS fighters, battling the blaze in .....hmmm
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Siyamazi Khathola Sep 6
The remainder of this week belongs to these unsung heroes 🙌😇
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City of Joburg EMS Sep 6
Each day they fulfilled their mission with passion regardless of risks they faced, never hesitated to confront danger for others well-being. The last Alarm has rang for: FF Simphiwe Moropane -FF Mduduzi Ndlovu-FF Kathutshelo Muedi may their souls rest in eternal peace
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Fana Mbuli Sep 6
conversation between me and a friend who was involved. I received a call while at the station. Mind you I'm off. Since there was a call of distress, I did not ask any questions. I went straight to the scene. Protocol observed went to perform only one task and that was
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sparkiie✨ Sep 7
Guys, I’m fine. Luckily my building is right next to that building that burned down so there’s still police, firemen and traffic cops blocking the area. He drove off as soon as he spotted them. Releboha Modimo. 🙏🏽Thanks for all the calls and texts y’all.😪
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Ulrich Janse van Vuuren Sep 12
Our city's firefighter heroes Mduduzi Ndlovu, Khathutshelo Muedi, Simphiwe Moropana gave their lives saving people during the Johannesburg fire. My deepest condolences to their families, colleagues and loved ones on today's wreath laying ceremony. ♥️
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Xoli Mngambi Sep 7
[ASTOUNDING] Public Works Minister Thulas Nxesi has attempted to link the deathtrap that was the Bank of Lisbon Building to “State Capture”. Questioning if the “23rd floor” could’ve been set alight as an “act of sabotage” by the so-called “fightback campaign[ers]”.
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Dash_Kay Sep 7
South Afrucan Heroes❤
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Simon Grindrod Sep 6
Sir, the dead are not even buried. Let us leave the politics and campaigning until later.
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Prof Thuli Madonsela Sep 11
Today our thoughts are with the families, friends and colleagues of the gallant firemen who lost their lives in the . Thanks for selfless service to humanity. casualties
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Nonhlanhla Sifumba Sep 11
My thoughts this morning are with the families,friends and colleagues of Joburg EMS brave firefighters.May your souls rest in eternal peace. Hambani Kahle Maqhawe👨🏿‍🚒👨🏿‍🚒👨🏿‍🚒💐💐💐 May today’s memorial service and wreath laying ceremonies be blessed 🙏🏾
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Hedid Things VINCENT Sep 6
Can we please beg our twitter Brothers & Sisters to never make a joke(meme) with this picture🙏asseblief tog!
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Sphithiphithi Evaluator Sep 7
So Thulas Nxesi is implying that the was started by those against state capture as a counter attack. Cyril and his gang though; where do you get these people?
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Nobuhle Nkhoma Sep 12
Firefighters comforting each other at the wreath laying ceremony of 3 of their colleagues who lost their lives trying to contain a fire at the Bank of Lisbon building in Johannesburg,South Africa
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