19.7.2019 08:16 am
Kyoto prefectural police said victims included 12 men, 20 women, and one person who has not yet been identified.
Police are investigating a suspected arson attack at an animation production firm in the Japanese city of Kyoto that killed 33 people and injured dozens more.
The twister barrelled over the town of Dayton late Monday, damaging homes and uprooting trees.
The badly compromised building is set to be demolished soon.
At this stage, it is unclear what caused the fire and police have opened an inquest docket.
The cause of the fire was not immediately known and a fifth person reportedly sustained injuries.
‘Everything that I worked hard for is burnt to ashes,’ says Senzele Mxhentsi, whose home burnt down.
Eighty homes were completely destroyed, 195 people were displaced in ward 71, and four deaths were also reported in the ward.
The sexual abuse of vulnerable women and girls in several African countries by international aid workers was recently described as ‘endemic’.
‘God must take me,’ an elderly Makhanda woman cried out when NGO Gift of the Givers left town after a R10 million row over a water project.
Another congregant succumbed to her injuries, after fighting for her life in ICU since the pre-Easter tragedy.
Four fire engines, two water tankers, a rescue vehicle, and 26 staff members were dispatched to the incident.
Asive Buso and Kholeka Msebenzi will be laid to rest at Ncunteni village, KwaBhaca, and Labane village in Mbizana, respectively, on Saturday morning.
The banker has committed to raising money in support of the efforts of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC).
Three houses in Ntabankulu in wards 7, 10 and 15 were damaged while in Matatiele 51 houses in ward 26 were damaged, with 6 people left homeless in Cedarville.