SANDF spokesperson Kweta said, " He confirmed that they started at the bulk fuel tank where the fuel is stored. He also told the media there was no clarity on how the fire started and there was no indication on whether it came from underground or on the surface. The matter is under investigation for further evidence.
Some people on Twitter had already made up their minds about these random fires since the beginning of this year.
Here are some of the opinions and comments from our fellow South Africans.
People have become very suspicious of all these random fires targeted at the national buildings.
It is my opinion that there is no smoke without fire, and if our government is able or interested in protecting the interest of the people. Why do we continue to support them and continue to vote for them?
I cannot forget the late Desmond Tutus words. That the next prayer from South Africans will be praying to be free from ANC.
Please share your comments on this matter. Have most South Africans given up on the current government? Do you think ANC should be given another chance in office to run our government?
Thank you for your support.
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