Msunduzi moves to fill up subsided graves

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A row of subsided graves in Ethembeni Memorial Park.
A row of subsided graves in Ethembeni Memorial Park.

Msunduzi Municipality have called for calm following public panic over the several graves subsided at the Ethembeni Memorial Park, in Lincoln Meade following recent heavy rains.

This comes after pictures of subsided graves circulated on Facebook.

One person also posted there a foul smell at the cemetery due to the flooding of graves. Msunduzi Municipality spokesperson Ntobeko Mkhize said the City noted the social media posts with concern.

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