EXTRA TIME: Brockie family shocked after mosque attacks in New Zealand

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At least 49 people have tragically been killed after attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday

An Australian man reportedly in his 20s was arrested and charged with murder for the horrifying incident in New Zealand.

The shooting was streamed live on Facebook from the Al Noor Mosque by the accused who was known to have racist anti-immigrant views.

About 20 others were reported to have been injured in the shooting.

New Zealand striker Jeremy Brockie was shocked to hear about the incident in South Africa this morning.

Brockie plays for SA PSL club Mamelodi Sundowns and he was joined by his wife Jessica Brockie in sending their support back to Christchurch.

Bafana Bafana midfielder Dean Furman, as well as SuperSport United striker James Keene, shared their prayers for the affected families in New Zealand.

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