At least nine South Africans are known to have died in Wednesday's plane crash in Libya but that number is expected to increase when officials release the passenger list.
The Afriqiyah Airways flight was travelling from Johannesburg's OR Tambo Airport to London's Gatwick Airport via Libya when it exploded and disintegrated shortly before landing in Tripoli.
One child, a 10-year-old Dutch boy, survived the crash with broken bones.
Names of the deceased
Democratic Alliance MP Anchen Dreyer's brother, Frans, was among the dead, as were Bridgit O'Mara, Cathrine Tillett, Norbert Taferner, his wife Paula, Nigel Peters, Hans Wolfaardt, Anton Matthee and Robert Webber.
At least five of the victims lived in Gauteng.
The International Relations and Cooperation Department is still waiting for a passenger list.
Airbus said it was sending a top-level delegation of investigators to Libya to probe the crash of the Airbus A330-200.
The plane was delivered to the airline in September last year.
Speaking to Eyewitness News from London, Airbus South Africa's spokesman Linden Burns said the company's investigation will be exhaustive.
Afriqiyah desk at OR Tambo
It was relatively quiet at the Afriqiyah Airways information desk on Thursday morning but the airline staff was expecting another busy day ahead.
The special information desk that was set up after the crash will continue to function as more families look for information about their loved ones who were on the flight.
Meanwhile, according to the airline's website the nationalities of a further 19 passengers who were also killed are not yet known.
At the same time, people in the Netherlands are in mourning after the news that 61 of the dead passengers were Dutch.