Jerusalem – South Africans were left traumatised after their tour bus was bombed near the Giza pyramids in Cairo, Egypt.
In exclusive footage obtained by IOL, the tourists could be seen helping eachother and getting assistance from officials.
"We have just been bombed, people. Oh my lord, are you okay? Oh God! She is hurt there," a panic-stricken woman could be heard saying in the video.
Three South Africans tourists wounded in Sunday afternoon’s explosion, which targeted their tour bus near the Giza pyramids on the outskirts of Cairo, are to remain hospitalised in Egypt while the rest of the tour group comprising 28 in all are on their way home, the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) said in a statement Sunday night.
Egyptian state media initially reported that seven South Africans were among the injured while another 10 Egyptians were also injured when the IED which targeted the tour bus also hit a car behind it.