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Khaya Magadla, boy from Soweto who fell into a manhole, still nowhere to be found

Khaya Magadla, boy from Soweto who fell into a manhole, still nowhere to be found

The six-year-old from Dlamini, Soweto, fell into an open manhole on Sunday while playing with friends.

EMS at a manhole in Klipspruit West to search for six-year-old Khaya Magadla, who fell into a manhole in Soweto. Photo: Abigail Javier/EWN

JOHANNESBURG – The community of Dlamini Soweto came together on Friday to support emergency services and the team searching for 6-year-old Khaya Magadla.

The six-year-old from Dlamini, Soweto, fell into an open manhole on Sunday while playing with friends.

Residents, schoolchildren and family members gathered – singing together – hoping the boy will be found.

ER spokesman Robert Mulaudzi said they would look for him – until he was found.

“In areas where we cannot physically send technicians, we will send a robot and hopefully that can be by today.”

Search and rescue operations have so far revealed no signs of the child, with the search due to continue on Saturday.



Khaya Magadla, boy from Soweto who fell into a manhole, still nowhere to be found

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