One person was killed and three were injured when a boundary wall collapsed in Inanda, north of Durban, on Monday.
According to IPSS Medical Rescue’s Paul Herbst, it is believed workers were building a boundary wall when the structure gave in.
He said one man was killed while two others and a woman sustained moderate to serious injuries.
“Police K9 search and rescue dogs were used to search the collapsed structure to ensure no one else was trapped beneath the rubble,” said Herbst.
In other news – Criselda Dudumashe reflects on living with HIV amid Covid-19 pandemic
After 22 years of living healthily with HIV, radio personality Criselda Kananda has started a course of antiretroviral medication (ARVs). The star told fans this weekend that she was “not 100% well”, and thanked doctors at Netcare Waterfall Hospital for their help with her recent health struggles. She revealed she had tested negative for Covid-19, but said the HIV in her body was “having a live concert”.
I’m out of danger SARS-Covid-free (negative) but the HIV in my body is having a live concert. This means I have to start ARVs after 22 years of living healthy with HIV. My immune system now needs help.riselda has never taken ARVs, telling the Sunday Times several years ago that her immune system was strong enough. Read more