Zuma supporters incited anarchy

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The smouldering remains of property that was destroyed during pro-Zuma protests in Johannesburg on Sunday PHOTO: Tebogo Letsie/City Press
The smouldering remains of property that was destroyed during pro-Zuma protests in Johannesburg on Sunday PHOTO: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

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While a protest is already being arranged for former president Jacob Zuma’s second appearance in court in Pietermaritzburg on August 10, the role of his loyalists in last month’s riots and looting is becoming clearer, and police are worried that a large amount of stolen ammunition could be used in renewed attacks in the province.

However, the ANC in KwaZulu-Natal is powerless to act against alleged saboteurs in its midst, as it numbers so many Zuma supporters.

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