After the imprisonment of the former president Jacob Zuma, violent protests and looting took place in KwaZulu-Natal. However Makhosi Khoza the former member of Parliament of the African National Congress said she knew about the protests and looting that led to the social unrest in Gauteng province and KwaZulu-Natal.
Makhosi Khoza is saying this was planned on WhatsApp, she said it was planned in a WhatsApp group long time ago before it took place. Makhosi added that this was discussed and well coordinated, and she was informed of the events leading to the violent unrest, looting and vandalism.
In addition, Makhosi Khoza said Ayanda Dlodlo the state security minister failed to act when there was information about the looting and violence which was planned, she said that the minister knew that this was going to happen.
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