The military goverment of Mali is decolonising that cpuntry. It has ordered the French military to leave within 72 hours. It has dropped French as the official language. The mssses want the nationalisation of natural resources and property of european foreigners. There is a revolution in Mali.
List Of SA Malls That Were Burnt During Zuma Protests We all could remember that there was turmoil and huge protests across South Africa, particularly in KZN, when former president Jacob Zuma brought himself in to complete his 15-month term. These protests led in the looting of businesses and the damage of infrastructure; I'll be focusing on the burning down of shopping malls in particular.
A man on Twitter have declared that South Africans must all raise their voices against President Cyril Ramaphosa after it was reported that some social media influencers were arrested. He wrote, “The arrest of activists who voice opposition to current conditions is wrong. We must raise our voices louder: the Ramaphosa Govt is selling out!”.
Disgruntled residents from Jika Joe informal settlement have told Msunduzi Municipality officials to build houses, or they will force them to do so. They voiced their displeasure towards the city during a heated meeting led by Msunduzi speaker, Eunice Majola, who was accompanied by officials from the City, which was held outside Brookside Mall, on Thursday.
When the man accused of torching the Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg made his second appearance in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate's Court today, his identity was disclosed. Ndumiseni Khetho Zuma, 35, is accused of violating the Riotous Assemblies Act on two counts. “These include instigating public violence and arson,” said Natasha Kara, a KZN NPA spokesperson.
The address of Mr President Cyril Ramaphosa yesterday did not help anything. In a matter of fact it made the situation worse. People expected him to address the issue of Jacob Zuma but instead he only talked about arrest of those who are destroying the property. Those people are tired of him.
Soldiers Deployed On N3 Freeway As Soldiers Deployed On N3 Freeway As One Allegedly Dies In Pietermaritzburg Protest
Source: https://twitter.com/News24/status/1486584781693460480?t=QgrLhz7p8Qdm4rBNwfmBAg&s=19 Soldiers are on scene to monitor protest action on the N3 freeway below the Chota Motala street bridge in Pietermaritzburg. Army has been deployed to specifically safeguard Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg following a protest by Jika Joe Informal Settlement residents.
Looting and violence has so severe in most parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng today, Monday, even though president Cyril Ramaphosa had warned those that are supporting the protest and anyone be be arrested and prosecuted according to the law. Reports have come from many citizens of the affected area.
South Africa right now is on warzone, a lot of things are going under and there's no telling when will this end or how will it end. It all began when Zuma's supporters protested for Zuma to be released from prison and began to block roads and now, things have turned from bad to worse ,as the only news that are reported are now about looting, vandalism and burning of properties.
The Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg was one of the places targeted and set ablaze by protesters in the recent spate of unrest and looting in KwaZulu-Natal. The Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg was one of the places targeted and set ablaze by protesters in the latest spate of unrest and looting in KwaZulu-Natal.
Date : 12 July 2021 Source:https://www.facebook.com/160836574053016/posts/2382202538583064/?app=fbl Today marks the 6th day since the former president of South Africa started serving his sentence .Jacob Zuma handed himself over to Escourt Correctional Services on Wednesday last week.This is following the sentence that was handed to him for 15 months in prison for contempt of court.Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison after he refused to avail himself to the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture as he was summoned by Zondo and refused to avail himself.
Date : 12 July 2021 Source: South Africa has become a war zone following the arrest of the former president of ANC and South Africa.The former president Jacob Zuma handed himself to the police last week on Wednesday night after being told that he was going to be arrested in midnight.Zuma handed himself to Escourt Correctional Services just few minutes away from midnight.This is following his sentence of 15 months in prison handed on the 29th of June for contempt of court.
Herman Mashaba, leader of ActionSA, is predicting that the unrest in KwaZulu-Natal will lead to a “jobs bloodbath”. Speaking to The Witness during a visit to Brookside Mall in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday, he said that jobs would undoubtedly be lost at some 40 000 businesses that were damaged or destroyed by looters.
Brookside Mall on fire after the protestors for Zuma set alight,as a country we already know that the previous president Jacob Zuma handed himself to the police after an investigation about his Nkandla money saga and several other charges,it is reported that Zuma supporters are on a Rampage because they want their leader out of jail,
As the country is full of protest and looting many shopping centers have decided to close and multiply their security on what started as a free Zuma compain after the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma. As things stand it looks like the speech made by President Cyril Ramaphosa made the whole situation worse in the streets as he continued to put the country on level 4 with a little ease.
WATCH: BROOKSIDE MALL BURNS! Violent protests and looting have engulfed Mzansi in what commenced as an alleged pro-Zuma protest. On Monday morning, Brookside Mall a buying centre this is placed along the N3 throughway emerge as looted and set alight. Government must do something about this even if they call soldiers.
PROTESTORS CAN BE SEEN FLEEING THE MALL WITH STOLEN GOODS In videos being shared on Twitter, protesters can be seen running away from the mall with stolen goods on trolleys and on bakkies. This is despite big clouds of smoke seen rising from the mall. The RTI's Zinhle Mngomezulu says they are currently closing New-England Road.
Arrested looting spree instigators have mentioned key ANC leaders behind the recent failed insurrection attempt that claimed over 300 lives in KZN and Gauteng. Sources say arrested participants of the recent KZN and Gauteng looting sprees have begun singing the names of the masterminds behind the failed insurrection and their testimonies point to senior ANC members.
The Pietermaritzburg Protesters In KwaZulu-Natal Have Been Vandalizing And Looting Goods From All Over The Stores This Matter Is Happening Just Because The Protesters Are Calling For The Former President Mr Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma To Be Released After He Hand Himself To Officials From The Department Of Correctional Service At Escourt Police Station.
Brookside Mall, a fairly new shopping complex, in Pietermaritzburg has gone up in flames this morning. The mall is situated alongside the N3 freeway as it passes through PMB. The city, which is situated in a valley, is being engulfed by smoke. Pietermaritzburg being engulfed by flames and smoke this morning.