Business leaders, including the owners of Bridge City in KwaMashu have committed to rebuilding a stronger economy after last week’s unrest.
eThekwini Municipality has advised residents of a temporary water shut down in parts of the city following two major pipe bursts.
A man has been arrested for allegedly recording and sending a voice note inciting public violence in Gauteng.
Toyota South Africa Motors has confirmed that it is not going anywhere but will be working with the government to rebuild the economy.
Police Minister Bheki Cele visited Gateway Shopping Centre, The Pavilion and Liberty Midlands Mall on Monday following the recent riots.
The presidency has clarified the fact that South Africa has just faced a ‘failed insurrection’ despite high level claims to the contrary.
Toyota Motor Corporation, which has a manufacturing plant South of Durban, has expressed its concern about its business losses in the city.
Police swooped on the suspects after acting on a tip off about a gang of 14 who were terrorising a neighbouring community in Lesotho.
‘Some of the challenges facing doctors and nurses includes a lack of fuel which is preventing them from reporting for work’ – DA
Some businesses and individuals have allegedly been profiteering charging between R40 and R90 for a loaf of bread.
eThekwini Municipality has announced changes to its bus routes following the recent riots as it resumes various municipal services this week.
Police have arrested thousands of people in connection with the riots and looting as well as those inciting violence on social media.
As citizens wonder when the SANDF will step in to protect their businesses and suburbs political parties say the state is obligated to do so.
Durban residents are wanting to know just exactly where the SANDF has been deployed as armed citizens patrol and hold back looters.
Hundreds of rioters have been arrested across Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal as police, security firms and citizens fought back against looters.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned looters that they will face the might of the law as the country returns to economic activity.
The SANDF has confirmed that troops have been deployed to KwaZulu-Natal to support the police in their battle against violent looters.
‘The Firearms Control Act…grants no such right to citizens either, owning a gun in this country remains a privilege’ – Cele on gun control
Retiring SANDF Chief General Solly Shoke congratulated troops for their work during Covid-19 but put badly behaved soldiers on notice