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July unrest: SAHRC says findings are binding

The <a class=South African Human Rights Commission hears evidence on the July riots at the Durban International Convention Centre on 16 November 2021."/>JOHANNESBURG - The South African Human Rights Commission said it changed into thrilled with the hearings into the July civil unrest, which saw a number of witnesses testify.

Proceedings in KwaZulu-Natal have wrapped up following testimony from affected families, politicians, and specialists.

The system is for inquisitorial purposes - to decide if there was violation of human right.

More than three hundred lives have been misplaced in Gauteng for the duration of the big looting that prompted a devastating ripple impact at the country's economy.

Advocate Tseliso Thipanyane, the fee's leader govt officer, stated the hearings might retain next yr.

"We have opened the extension for in addition submissions which the general public could make. Our findings as a ways as we are concerned are binding consequently they are able to most effective be reviewed through a court docket of regulation however we additionally assume the nation to refer to our pointers," Thipanyane said.

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