JOHANNESBURG - The group of Khayalethu Magadla said that they were feeling significantly better that his body had at long last been found.
The quest for the six-year-old, who fell into a sewer vent while playing with companions in Soweto last month, has reached a difficult conclusion.
His body was found at the Eldorado Park Cemetery wastewater plant on Saturday following a meticulous hunt activity.
After a genuinely provoking hunt that endured near three weeks, the Magadla family's desolation had at long last finished.
Addressing Eyewitness News, Khayalethu Magadla's granddad, Samkelo, said that the disclosure of his body carried both conclusion and help to the family and the salvage faculty who had been enthusiastically looking for the young man.
"We are blissful in light of the fact that they tracked down the body. I'm grateful in light of the fact that they buckled down. I need to thank every one of the South Africans for asking with us until they tracked down the body," he said.
The family said that burial service game plans would be made once the posthumous was finished.
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