Unrest in KwaZulu-Natal costs at least R100 million in damages

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Economic Development MEC, Ravi Pillay (left) and Community Safety MEC, Peggy Nkonyeni, assessing the damage caused by pro-Zuma protesters in Mooi River where 26 trucks were torched at the weekend.
Economic Development MEC, Ravi Pillay (left) and Community Safety MEC, Peggy Nkonyeni, assessing the damage caused by pro-Zuma protesters in Mooi River where 26 trucks were torched at the weekend.
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The damage to property due to unrest in KwaZulu-Natal has been estimated at around R100 million.

The provincial government revealed this after a visit to Mooi River over the weekend. This, as they said they are still assessing the extent of the damage to private and public property.

Protests broke out in KwaZulu-Natal last week allegedly by supporters of former President Jacob Zuma. They are calling for his release.

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