Shack fire victims get material aid from KZN government

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The 48 families who were victims of a shack fire gathered outside the Archie Gumede Conference Centre, Durban, to receive building materials and groceries.
The 48 families who were victims of a shack fire gathered outside the Archie Gumede Conference Centre, Durban, to receive building materials and groceries.

The provincial government handed over building material on Sunday to the 48 families who lost their homes during a shack fire at the Marikana informal settlement, outside the Archie Gumede Conference Centre.

The fire that burned down 48 shacks last Sunday, killed one woman and seriously injured one person.

Along with building material, the families were also supplied with groceries.

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