Looting in SA May Cost KZN Economy $1.3-Billion and 150,000 Jobs, says Presidency
[IT News Africa - Africa] - 21/07/2021
A week full of unrest, violent rioting and looting breaking out in the wake of former President Jacob Zuma’s incarceration, amongst other reasons, has left the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) province of South Africa nearly in ruin. The violence and looting will cost the province’s economy an estimated (...)... Article published by "IT News Africa" (Africa), read the rest of the news
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