- Propaganda, a popular nightclub in Pretoria, is picking up the pieces after part of their ceiling collapsed this past weekend
- The nightclub is temporarily closed and will reopen on Friday, 6 November for business
- The nightclub's building is still intact and many social media users shared their views on the incident
A popular nightclub in Pretoria has closed temporarily after part of their ceiling collapsed over the weekend. Propaganda Pretoria released a statement on their official Facebook page stating that there wren't any serious injuries or fatalities.
The nightclub also stated that the building is still intact and that it was just a section of the ceiling that had collapsed due to bad weather. The nightclub stated that they would reopen on Friday, 6 November.
Many South Africans took to social media to share their own views of the incident at Propaganda on Saturday.
Take a look at the statement released by the nightclub below:
IOL reported that the nightclub has a capacity of 2 800 and was not full at the time of the collapse of the ceiling. While News24 reported that the newly-established nightclub has three floors. Briefly.co.za took to Twitter to see what people shared about the incident.
"Lol the roof caved in at propaganda club Pretoria because of the rain. Me and my friends almost died it fell right next to us... I'm so traumz."
In other trending news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on the Bushiris' case being postponed. The controversial religious leaders will hear the outcome of their bail appeal on Wednesday, 4 November. The couple, along with three co-accused, appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court earlier today.
Magistrate Thandi Thelede adjourned the matter stating that she required extra time to consider the information that was presented at the court. The bail ruling will be held at 10am and Bushiri's official Facebook page has already asked followers to gather.
Twitter users have also got word of the matter being adjourned and have taken to the social networking site to share their views on the case. One tweep with the handle @Dumehleli said:
"I can't wait for Bushiris judgement on Wednesday."
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