Residents of Vosloorus, Gauteng, say they were woken up by the shaking of the ground beneath them. According to reports, the tremor was felt most 13km south-east of Alberton. eNCA’s Nkosazana Dambuza has more. Courtesy #DStv403
JOHANNESBURG - The aftershocks of a tremor felt in several parts of Gauteng on Friday are expected to continue.
It’s reported that the epicentre was Alberton, but there have been no injuries or damage.
According to reports, the tremor was felt most, 13km south-east of Alberton.
The council for Geoscience says the aftershocks will continue across the Gauteng province but most likely won’t be felt.
eNCA’s Nkosazana Dambuza has more details in the video above.