Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams not happy with coverage of her burning home

Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams not happy with coverage of her burning home

- Communications Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams, was not impressed with the way journalists saw her burning home as a juicy story

- She shared a snap of her house on fire with words of disdain to show her unhappiness

- The minister's home was reported to be engulfed in fire on Sunday morning, 27 October

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Communications Minister, Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams' home in Marhambeni village was wrapped in flames on Sunday, 27 October.

The story of her burning house was soon shared and she was not impressed. She took to social media to share her displeasure with the way her misfortune was just another headline.

TimesLIVE reported that the minister was unavailable for comment shortly after the news broke.

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A report by News24 indicates that Minister Ndabeni-Abrahams was told of the incident after she landed in Durban for the GovTech programme.

"At this stage, we do not know what happened as there was no one in the house and we are now waiting for reports from the investigation."

Meanwhile, noticed that the minister shared a photo of her burning home with a caption reflecting how she feels.

"My house is burning and all they see is a story in it that they must be allowed to take pictures. God bless journalists."

No injuries were reported yet.

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