KwaZulu-Natal family of five died after fire broke into their house.
The 37 years old mother from Kwa Nhlalwane was with her 2weeks old baby Zamokuhle (onge)2 Noluthando (9) Anathi (9) when their house tragically burnt down into ashes Saturday on the 24 of June.
KZN MEC for social development at KZN expressed heart felt gratitude after hearing what happened they even sent a team of their workers to check up on the remaining family members and assist them with whatever they are going to need.
The Social department also added that the two remaining family members need to start attending counseling because they assume that they are coping after witnessing the incident.
Nonhlanhla khoza the MEC statement concerningthe matter reads as follows.
"it is with their heavy hearts that they convey deepest and most sincere condolences to the Mthembu family for losing many family members there are no words wich can comfort them at this time"
They are also greatful for the help they received from paramedics and neighbors cause 2 of the family members managed to survive.
She also added that they don't know yet what caused the fire but soon they will know since the police are busy investigating.
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