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[Listen] Local hero saves family from fire

Written by: Lengwadishang Ramphele

CapeTalk listener, Kim in Constantia shared a moving story of a brave young man called Siphamandla, from Crossroads in Cape Town.

Kim explains that 30 year old Siphamandla manged to save a family of five from a blazing fire, without a thought for his own safety.

Listen to Kim's story below:


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