Earthquake recorded in Springbok, Northern Cape

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The Council for GeoScience in South Africa has confirmed that it recorded an earthquake on Tuesday in the Northern Cape.

A seismic event with a magnitude of 4,2 hit Springbok and surrounding areas in the early hours of Tuesday morning, July 6.

According to the Council for Geoscience, the moderate earthquake occurred 42 kms away from Springbok at 01:39 am, but the tremors could be felt by residents in the town.

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