JOHANNESBURG - Mpumalanga police say they were hanging tight for the posthumous aftereffects of two kin who kicked the bucket not long after sharing a bundle of noodles
Last week, nine-year-old Thato and 13-year-old Keamogetswe Makofane were proclaimed dead minutes separated in the wake of being raced to a nearby center. They supposedly ate noodles prior to going to class.
Police have affirmed they are researching two investigation cases, however they can't hypothesize on whether the passings were brought about by polluted food.
Representative Busisiwe Mthethwa said: The posthumous is as of now done, and well get the outcomes from the pertinent office.
Mthethwa additionally said they couldn't quickly interface these passings to the new instance of three Eastern Cape kids who kicked the bucket under comparative conditions - likewise soon after eating noodles.
The Department of Health said it knew about these cases and authorities were investigating them.
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