The number of violence and looting that has hit South Africa for several days has risen to 32, with 22 more dead announced on Tuesday morning, July 13, the prime minister of KwaZulu-Natal province (KZN, East).
The death toll in the province where violence began on Friday has risen to 26, Sihle Jigalala told a news conference. We need to add to this estimate the six deaths in Johannesburg’s mobilization confirmed by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Monday evening. Mr. Jigalala specifically mentions the fact that many of these deaths occurred.Making fun of this environment of riots», Without specifying location.
Former incidents, roads blocked and trucks set on fire, the day after former President Jacob Zuma was imprisoned in Zulu country, were sentenced to life in prison for contempt of justice. Violence, looting and fire then spread to the metropolitan area of Johannesburg, the economic capital of the country, over the weekend. From Monday to Tuesday they continued into the night, where many AFP journalists were spotted, especially in Soweto, a large city west of Johannesburg.