JOHANNESBURG – A tremor lasting several minutes was felt in parts of the country on Monday night.
People from Johannesburg to Pretoria were left shaken.
No damages have been reported so far.
Reports suggest that a magnitude 6.5 quake struck north of Gaborone in Botswana at a depth of 35 km, the US Geological Survey said.
This is the second tremor to strike the country today.
Another one was felt in Gauteng, the North West and Free State in the early hours of the morning.
Social Media reacts
— Godfrey 🌍 (@godfreysefako) April 3, 2017
Imagine if this #earthtremor was severe. The disaster preparedness in this country scares me.
— Tariro Maviyo (@tarimaviyo) April 3, 2017
This mini earthtremor is a sign that Zuma must go 😣😣😣😣 even AmaDlozi nawo ayavuma manje😤😤😤😤 #earthtremor
— miyelani (@miyieeM) April 3, 2017
— David A Patricks (@Nativeworx) April 3, 2017