South African mother describes throwing baby from burning building

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A young mother from Durban has described throwing her two-year-old daughter from a burning building. Naledi Manyoni said she had no choice but to release her grip on her daughter and hope that she was caught by people waiting below.’They kept screaming “throw her”,’ she said. Manyoni and her fiance lived on the 16th floor of building set ablaze by looters at ground level amid widespread violence in parts of South Africa

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