SA checks if citizens were injured in Nigeria building collapse:Sunday 14 September 2014 Nigerian rescue services say 124 people have been rescued from the rubble of the collapsed building.(REUTERS) The South African government is trying to establish whether any South Africans are affected after a two-storey church building collapsed in Lagos in Nigeria on Friday. Rescuers say the death toll, after the residential guesthouse of preacher TB Joshua's Synagogue Church of All Nations caved in, stands at 41. Back home, the Department of International Relations' Nelson Kgwete confirms that the South African High Commission in Nigeria is working with authorities in Abuja to ascertain whether or not there were South African citizens involved in the building collapse. Kgwete says, "The mission's officials are working with hospitals and other facilities where other people are being treated.
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Nigeria church collapse survivor waiting for wife’s death confirmation:Thursday 25 September 2014 Anthony van der Byl arrived back in South Africa from Nigeria on Wednesday.(SABC) A Plettenberg Bay man whose wife is believed to have died in the Nigeria building collapse says her death has not been forensically confirmed. The 47-year-old Anthony van der Byl says soon after the incident, Prophet TB Joshua told him that his wife had died. Fifty-year-old Louise van der Byl is said to be among 84 South Africans who died when the guest house of the Synagogue Church of All Nations collapsed two weeks ago. Van der Byl recalled the moment the seven-storey building collapsed Van der Byl returned home on Wednesday. “I was sitting next to my wife, we were waiting for our food and the next moment when I looked up that whole wall just collapsed and bent to the inside. He says it is a miracle that he survived after being trapped under rubble for 25 hours. “The last words of my wife, as she was lying about two people away from me, were 'Anthony keep on praying'.
Brainstorming and Voting Amazingly Easy. Free Online Tool | tricider Mind Mapping Software - Create Mind Maps online Delays in ‘Nigerian repatriation’ stresses SA task team:Friday 7 November 2014 About 116 people were killed when the Synagogue Church of All Nations guest house collapsed on September 12, 2014.(SABC) The Inter-Ministerial Task Team established to deal with the repatriation of 81 South Africans who died during a building collapse in Lagos, Nigeria has expressed frustration about the process. About 116 people were killed when the Synagogue Church of All Nations (SCOAN) guest house belonging to Televangelist, TB Joshua collapsed on September 12, 2014. President Jacob Zuma has now appointed Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe as special envoy to engage with Nigerian authorities on the repatriation. Communications and Information Systems CEO Phumla Williams says almost two months after the disaster, several deadlines as to when the bodies will be repatriated have not been met. “We are not having any answers for these families.
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54 Nigerian disaster victims’ bodies ready for SA:Thursday 13 November 2014 More than 80 South Africans were killed when TB Joshua's Synagogue Church of All Nations collapsed in Lagos.(REUTERS) Only 54 bodies of South Africans who died in Nigeria's church tragedy two months ago are ready to be repatriated. This emerged after a meeting between the Minister in the Presidency, Jeff Radebe, and the Lagos state governor to discuss bringing back the remains of the 81 South Africans who died when a Synagogue Church of All Nations building collapsed in Lagos. The minister had indicated earlier that all the bodies could be home by the weekend. Family members in the North West of those who died in Nigeria when the guest house collapsed are still not sure if they will ever be able to bury their beloved ones. Two families in North West who have lost their loved ones, say they have lost hope. The Makalela family in Itsoseng near Lichtenburg and the Mogatusi family from Riviera Park in Mahikeng say they have lost hope in government.
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