South Africa unrest hits 40,000 businesses, government says

South Africa unrest hits 40,000 businesses, government says

[Africanews - Africa] - 21/07/2021
At least 200 of more than 2,500 suspects have appeared in court for looting and public violence. The unrest erupted after Zuma began serving a 15-month jail term for snubbing a corruption inquiry.
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