(Ed by C) Heroes of the day – a photo story

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Rhodes students patiently wait for the fire to finally consume the wood. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Event’s facilitator, Gordon Cooper of the Phoenix Foundation folds his pants as he prepares to demonstrate to the students how to walk on coal without getting burnt. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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The red colour of the coal shows that it is indeed very hot. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Journalism students take pictures of the fire while the fire walk is yet to begin. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Other residences contributed by selling hot dogs and other goodies. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Former Rosa Parks House environmental representative, Ms Tiisetso Morobi has come to support the fire walk. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Students braaing hot dogs to sell for R20 each. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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Boots off, feet out, the road ahead is very hot. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

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The stack of grass on which the coal is going to be placed is situated between the fire and the black bowl of water. Picture: Ntombovuyo Ngaphu

 

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