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Mother throws baby out of window after a massive fire outbreak engulfed their bulding

Mothers are caring and no matter what they wouldn’t give up on their loved ones. To all the mothers who are doing their best to feel like they’re still not doing enough please trust that all will be ok to all the fathers out there who are taking the role of a mother I salute you.

For all the step mums out there who love the kids that don’t carry their blood I honor you and to Mother Nature who is responsible for caring and nurturing us all thank you for your love and your guidance during this time pass down wisdom where possible instead of wounds.

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As reported, a caring mom has saved her child from the burning flames of a fire set up in one of the popular stores in Durban, South Africa. This was after looters set fire on them.

The child was safely landed on a pair of waiting hands and was later reunited with her mother.

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Rioting and looting in South Africa continued Wednesday, raising the death toll to at least 30 as protesters clash with police.

The violence erupted last week when former President Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month jail sentence for contempt of court. In the country’s worst unrest in years, looters vandalized shopping malls, other retail outlets and businesses in the province of Gauteng, which includes the country’s largest city of Johannesburg.

Security forces seemed unable to prevent the looting and attacks, which also occurred in Zuma’s home province, KwaZulu-Natal and in Soweto. Zuma was convicted of resisting a court order to testify in a state-backed investigation into allegations of corruption during his nine-year term as president that ended in 2018.

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Police Minister Bheki Cele said at a news conference that 757 people had been arrested and warned that people would not be allowed “to make a mockery of our democratic state.”

Samuel is a senior editor at Cbgist.com. His articles cover news from Ghana. I have a degree in Journalism from the Ghana Institute of Journalism. Accuracy and fact-checking are what I do best. For enquiries, contact us on +233248932782 or email us on info@cbgist.com. AT Cbgist.com, every news is fact-checked.

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