President Ramaphosa sends condolences to South Korea after hundreds left dead after Halloween event

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President Cyril Ramaphosa has sent his message of condolences to the people of South Korea after hundreds of people died in a stamped at a Halloween event at the weekend. President Ramaphosa said the people of South Africa will join the people of South Korea in mourning the lives lost in the tragic incident. He also wished all those injured a speedy recovery.

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