On September 12 the lives of countless South Africans were forever transformed when a multi-storey guesthouse of the Synagogue Church of All Nations in Lagos, Nigeria, collapsed.
This unprecedented tragedy claimed the lives of several South Africans and severely affected the psyche of our nation. As always after such a devastating event, there is a search for answers, closure and a quest for healing.
The first step in the healing process began when 26 injured South Africans were repatriated from Nigeria.
Only six patients are still receiving treatment at Steve Biko Academic Hospital, with the rest having been discharged and reunited with their families.
Meanwhile, according to Radebe, the bodies could be delivered home over this weekend.