Three minor children lost their lives in a burning house in Moshupa on Friday evening.
According to Moshupa Police Station Commander Superintendent David Ramoseki, the incident happened around six in the evening.
He said when the neighbors finally dowsed the raging inferno they found the charred remains of the trio in the middle of the house.
The deceased a girl aged three, her two year-old brother together with their elder sister’s 16- month-old son.
Superintendent Ramoseki told The Voice Online that the trio were confirmed dead by a medical doctor upon arrival at Mmaseetsele Clinic.
“The matter is still fresh and we are still investigations to establish what really transpired and the cause of fire,” said a concerned Ramoseki.
According to close sources, the 35-year-old mother left her children and grandson under the care of an 18-year-old girl who left them alone inside the house.