Tweeps were impressed with Black Coffee’s interview with CNN on the unrest that took place in South Africa last week. Have a look.
WARNING: This video contains graphic content and may be upsetting. Purge is a hard-hitting South African video about ‘the week we did not back down.’
The tyre industry was not spared in the violent looting sprees. They have therefore taken a stand -no fitting of tyres without proof of purhase.
South African YouTuber, the seven-year-old Taylor Morrison wants to know what is going to be left of South Africa when she is a grown-up.
Singer Toya Delazy takes the heat from Twitter again after penning a passionate letter about the recent unrests in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.
TV personality Somizi’s hubby, Mohale, has been labelled the ‘biggest looter’ after he shared snaps of himself enjoying a relaxing day at the spa.
Families of up to six people, some with their pets, have forked out up to R180 000 to catch a private flight out of KwaZulu-Natal.
DJ Sbu has encouraged entrepreneurs to forgive looters. The musician also sympathised with people who lost everything during the nation’s unrest.
Jub Jub shared some clips of himself cleaning a mall on social. Many however questioned the fact that he told looters to loot and now he’s cleaning up their mess.
A cold-storage facility was on fire in Hammarsdale in KwaZulu-Natal, as more than 300 people continue looting on Sunday afternoon.
Mandela Day and beyond: A local food bank initiative. FoodForward SA, is helping to feed South Africa’s needy by salvaging excess food supplies.
Members of the SAPS and SANDF have been out in full force to seize looted goods in Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal after the recent violent riots.
One thing that has the power to unite South Africans has always been music. We have a look at times when local artists spoke out against unrest and political wrongs in our country.
With the re-opening of the N3 on Saturday, trucks have been seen leaving Gauteng loaded with food and essentials to restock KwaZulu-Natal’s looted stores.
We round up some of the best and worst responses of South African celebs to the unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng this week.
With comments such as ‘let them steal’ and ‘loot carefully’, could Jub Jub and Duduzane Zuma be on the hook for incitement?
EFF’s Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said that panic buyers are just as bad as looters. The politician slammed ‘rich’ folks who were leaving the poor with empty shelves.
A video of a man playing bagpipes in Durban while community watch group members stood guard throughout the night during the unrest, went viral for all the right reasons.
DJ Prince Kaybee criticised other celebs who he says are hiding behind their celeb status when it comes to helping Mzansi recover from this week’s unrest.
Duduzile Zuma is at it again. This time the daughter of former president Jacob Zuma has been criticised for laughing at the Premier Sihle Zikalala incident.
Charlize Theron shared a message of hope with South Africans. She has raked in all the praise for not ignoring the unrest…unlike Trevor Noah and Elon Musk.
From bread being advertised at R75 to sugar at R150, here’s how much people have been forced to fork out due to looting and unrest in the province.
Money in ATM is protected with dye-stain technology activation when broken into the container. The stained money is rendered unusable.
Sedgars Home is looking for their looted blue couch, saying that they will replace it with a couch that fits if needs be.