2 killed in stampede at Soweto derby at South African stadium
Two people were killed in a stampede Saturday at the South African stadium that hosted the 2010 World Cup final, during a match between the country’s most popular teams, local media reported.
Two fans die in stampede ahead of Soweto derby in South Africa
Two fans died during a stampede at South Africa’s FNB Stadium during Saturday’s Soweto derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates in Johannesburg, police told state broadcaster SABC.
Two fans killed and several injured in fan crush in South Africa
The stampede occurred at the Soweto derby between Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates
Police to probe stampede that killed two at Soweto derby
Johannesburg – What was supposed to be a celebration of football between South Africa’s two biggest clubs, Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates, turned to tragedy after two people died and 17 were injured in a stampede at the FNB Stadium.
It Was Business As Usual At The Soweto Derby After The Death Of Two Supporters At FNB Stadium
Kaizer Chiefs were playing Orlando Pirates at the stadium in the Carling Black Label Cup.