Early indications are that valuable historical artefacts survived Parliament fire

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A fire broke out in Parliament in Cape Town on 2 January 2022. (Image: Herman Eloff/News24)
A fire broke out in Parliament in Cape Town on 2 January 2022. (Image: Herman Eloff/News24)
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As parts of the National Assembly still smouldered on Monday morning after a massive blaze ripped through Parliament the previous day, it was still unclear to which extend the priceless and irreplaceable artefacts inside the building had been damaged. 

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