The body of Khayalethu Magadla, the 6-year-old who slipped and fell into a manhole in Dlamini Park, Soweto has reportedly been found.
MMC for Public Safety in the City of Joburg David Tembe assures that the Khayalethu Magadla search is ongoing
The Khayalethu Magadla (6) search operation continues despite Johannesburg EMS leaving the site, Mulaudzi confirmed
Joburg EMS bravest women Nwahadzhi Ivy Muofhe Mabogo and Maria Riri Mazibuko hailed for their dedication in Khayalethu’s search
Joburg Water says some areas will soon receive a full supply of water after it was diverted to allow rescuers to search for Khaya Magadla.
Johannesburg’s emergency services says it has completed the physical search for Khaya Magadla, who fell into an open manhole two weeks ago.
Johannesburg Water has apologised to the residents of Soweto over water cuts due to Khayalethu’s search operation
Joburg EMS revealed that the search for Khayalethu Magadla is ongoing and there are no plans to stop the search for him.
Today, Sunday, 19 June marks seven days since missing 6-year-old Khayalethu Magadla slipped and fell into a manhole in Soweto.
Eyes in the form of robots have been deployed to search for Khayalethu Magadla who fell inside a manhole in Soweto