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East London tavern survivor, 17, who lost two friends ‘rose from the dead’

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21 children were killed at an East London tavern. The source of the deaths is shrouded in speculation. Some say that it may have had something to do with poison, or an incident that resulted in killings due to a stampede. One of the survivors, Sinovuyo Monyane (19) has since spoken out.
2 months ago·East London, South Africa

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East London tavern survivor, 17, who lost two friends ‘rose from the dead’

A 17-year-old who survived the Enyobeni tavern tragedy says she “fainted for three hours and when I woke up I could hear a man saying I must be dumped among the dead”.

2 months ago·Johannesburg, South Africa
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East London tavern survivor, 17, who lost two friends ‘rose from the dead’

A 17-year-old who survived the Enyobeni tavern tragedy says she “fainted for three hours and when I woke up I could hear a man saying I must be dumped among the dead”. The teenager recalled how she collapsed while unsuccessfully trying to resuscitate her two friends who eventually died in her arms at the tavern in Scenery Park, East London, in the early hours of Sunday morning.

2 months ago
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Survivors speak out following East London tavern tragedy

While police are still investigating the case, some of the attendees who survived have spoken out – adding some further context to the events.

2 months ago
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