Rebuilding starts in Duduza

2011-10-13 14:12

The rebuilding of houses destroyed by a tornado in Duduza on the East Rand began today, the ANC in Gauteng said.

Spokesperson Dumisa Ntuli said the house of Xolane Mguqu, the child who was killed in the tornado on October 2, would be the first to be reconstructed.

ANC Gauteng chairperson Paul Mashatile was among the volunteers helping with the rebuilding.

Work on another 1 310 houses would continue on Monday with the help of private companies, Ntuli said.

The process was expected to be completed by the end of November.

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