Looting in SA May Cost KZN Economy $1.3-Billion and 150,000 Jobs, says Presidency

[IT News Africa - Africa] - 21/07/2021
A week full of unrest, violent rioting and looting breaking out in the wake of former President Jacob Zuma’s incarceration, amongst other reasons, has left the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province of South Africa nearly in ruin. The violence and looting will cost the province’s economy an estimated (...)
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