The Enyobeni pub in East London, where 21 children perished, was illegally constructed. To even insinuate that they wish to dismantle the building is the last thing anyone could have anticipated from these individuals.
Although so many teens have perished, it is baffling why they would undertake such a thing, given that the location is not very hazardous.
According to Buffalo City Metro, the two-story structure could be demolished due to the fact that the blueprints for its construction were never submitted to or approved by the municipality, resulting from fraudulent acts.
When it is understood that emergencies might develop at any time, thus the owners must be prepared for any difficulties that may arise, this is another reason why a structure that houses a large number of members of the public may only have one entrance.
As a result, the municipal spokeswoman admitted that the bar had violated the business hours and produced an unfavorable environment for the public, thus they must be halted.
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