Quake hits Gauteng

2013-12-02 21:31

Cape Town - A tremor hit some parts of Gauteng at 21:19 on Monday night, lasting up to 10 seconds.

Twitter users from all over Gauteng, from Pretoria to Randburg, reported that their walls and floors were literally shaking.

Mandy Wiener reported via Twitter that the tremor was felt most strongly in Pretoria and northern parts of Johannesburg.

She also reported via Twitter that she had Tweets from people from Modimolle and Bela Bela in Limpopo that they had felt the tremors too.

Some users saw the lighter side of things.

Gauteng had a quake about three weeks ago, but no damage or injuries were reported.

- Did you experience the tremor? Send us your stories.

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