31 July 2021
Ramaphosa says 166 arrested in KZN, 320 in Gauteng over the unrest so far
Ramaphosa: For the past two days, Gauteng has experienced looting of shops, damage to property
Ramaphosa: Many South Africans are feeling anxious and scared tonight
SAunrest Ramaphosa: What we are witnessing now are acts of opportunism. There is no political cause that can justify the acts of violence we have seen in KZN and Gauteng
President Cyril Ramaphosa's address to the nation has been moved to 20h30 this evening.
The army was called in to reinforce the overflows in South Africa, on the 4th day of violence initially triggered by the incarceration of former President Jacob Zuma. Riots left at least 6 dead2 week ago
The army was called in to reinforce the overflows in South Africa, on the 4th day of violence initially triggered by the incarceration of former President Jacob Zuma. Riots left at least 6 dead
2 week ago
Looting in progress: Kwa-Thema square mall. Springs. Coe. Gp. protestors shooting at police
Parliament has called for an end to acts of violence and criminality in KZN and GP. NA Speaker, Thandi Modise and NCOP chair Amos Masondo say the right to peaceful protest is protected. However, violence, and incitement go against the country's constitution.
2 week ago
Volatile situation in Jabulani Mall, Soweto as looters take on law enforcement
Volatile situation in Jabulani Mall, Soweto as looters take on law enforcement
Armed citizens fire on rioters in Durban, South Africa
Police in Johannesburg are trying to stop protests from flaring up and further damaging assets. Over the past days, residents have been on a looting spree as the Free Zuma protests intensified.
South African government intelligence body, the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure, says there've been reports of six deaths since the outbreak of violent protests in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal2 week ago
South African government intelligence body, the National Joint Operational and Intelligence Structure, says there've been reports of six deaths since the outbreak of violent protests in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal
2 week ago
South Africa announces the deployment of military forces to confront the protests in the country
Gauteng Shutdown: Police trying to restore calm.2 week ago
Gauteng Shutdown: Police trying to restore calm.
Soldiers in Pietermaritzburg
Alberton mall closed because of these protests.2 week ago
Alberton mall closed because of these protests.
SANDF deployed to calm the situation in KZN and Gauteng as looting and violence continue
Violent protests in KwaZulu-Natal province triggered by the jailing of former president Jacob Zuma have escalated as a mall in Pietermaritzburg has been set on fire this morning (video)
The mayor of Johannesburg, Geoff Makhubo, has died after contracting the coronavirus
The High Court in Pietermaritzburg hears former president Jacob Zuma's urgent application for a stay of his arrest pending his application in the Constitutional Court next week
South Africa's police minister on Monday was awaiting court instructions on whether to arrest ex-president Jacob Zuma, who has been given a 15-month jail term for contempt of court
Former South African President Zuma says he will not turn himself in after prison sentence
Eswatini protestors now operating at night burning businesses linked to King Mswati and Government properties. This was after the King issued an order to the army to shot the citizens who are demanding democracy. Chaos is intensifying in Matsapha and other towns
Eswatini: A republican revolution is shaking Eswatini right now. The king of the country, Mswati III fled the country. He was a monarch with absolute power. He has 15 wives and 20 children and 2 fiancées with 10% of the state budget allocated to the royal palace1 month ago
Eswatini: A republican revolution is shaking Eswatini right now. The king of the country, Mswati III fled the country. He was a monarch with absolute power. He has 15 wives and 20 children and 2 fiancées with 10% of the state budget allocated to the royal palace
9 suspects in Durban court for possession of illegal firearms
A belated readout from the @WhiteHouse of yesterday's meeting between @POTUS and @CyrilRamaphosa
Police officers who refused to help a woman at an Atteridgeville police station in Pretoria are being investigated. The woman was trying to report an attack. But the officers instead accused her of being drunk. The incident was caught on camera1 month ago
Police officers who refused to help a woman at an Atteridgeville police station in Pretoria are being investigated. The woman was trying to report an attack. But the officers instead accused her of being drunk. The incident was caught on camera
[TODAY] Minister of Police, General Bheki Cele will on behalf of the Inter-Ministerial Committee intervention (IMC) on politicalkilling provide an update on the latest developments in KZN. He will brief the media at 13:00 this afternoon in Durban
Police Minister Bheki Cele says some of those killed in a shootout with police in Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday, are understood to have been dangerous members of society
Police have killed seven suspects in a shootout in Scottsville, Pietermaritzburg.
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