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Former President Jacob Zuma has thanked all those who participated in the July riots and asked them to do it for others as well.
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The number of instigators behind the disastrous July unrests has totalled to 50, with an additional two released on bail on Monday.
Patriotic Alliance leader Bruce Nimmerhoudt has penned a heartfelt message to his party supporters after winning the July unrest case
The worst was being feared as aggrieved protesters took to the streets in PMB but in doing so next to the newly built shopping centre
Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg reopened today, over a year later after it was gutted by a fire during the 2021 July unrest in KZN
A man who looted a shop in Durban during the July unrest in 2021 has been sentenced to eight years imprisonment.
Nine out of the 10 alleged July unrest instigators were released on bail of R3 000 following their court appearance yesterday.
Ten alleged July 2021 unrest instigators are expected to appear before the Durban Magistrate’s Court today.
Nine more instigators in the 2021 July unrest have been brought to book bringing the total number of arrests to 44
Bonginkosi Khanyile is set to appear in court on charges relating to the July civil unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
Duduzile Zuma says she will not be intimidated following news of a Hawks’ probe into her role in the July unrest.
Former president Jacob Zuma’s daughter was vocal on Twitter during the July unrest, even thanking protestors who took part in looting
All 20 suspects will appear before the Durban Central Magistrate’s Court on Friday on incitement of violence and arson charges, said the Hawks.
‘We sabotaged ourselves’: KZN community members have a bad case of ‘looters’ remorse’ after jobs were lost as a result of their looting.
Some of the bodies laying on the floor of the mortuary are unidentified people from last year’s July unrest as well as the recent KZN floods.
Mbuso Moloi – the Durban man nicknamed the ‘Mercedes looter’ during the July unrest – has bemoaned being vilified by the law and media.
KZN Premier Sihle Zikalala says they remain concerned about the jobs lost in the July riots, especially with some malls still closed
Premier Sihle Zikalala announced that a memorial will be erected in Phoenix to mark the horrific clashes between black and indian people.
A taxi driver pleaded guilty to three counts of theft and admitted to transporting looters in KZN during the July riots.
Former President Jacob Zuma’s daughter, Dudu has once again stoked the fires of another unrest following the recent scandals in the country.
Spy boss Mondli Gungubele said on Tuesday if issues like poverty and corruption are not dealt with then there will be another July Unrest.
Minister Ronald Lamola has lamented the lack of action against the masterminds behind the devastating July riots.
Ex-State Security Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has contracted police, saying they were intelligence reports before the July unrest