The link below will direct you to a video of residents queuing outside Alex Mall in order to be granted access into the Mall.
VIDEO:https://twitter.com/Newzroom405/status/1415607697798569985?s=19In the video above , Zikhona was speaking to one of the residents who woke up as early as 4 am in order to be served first.Asked how she was feeling , Nicky Khoza highlighted how unhappy she was with the suffering she went through in order to be one of the early customers .
She expressed anger at the looting incidences which took place as it was making her have to throw away the comfort of her bed to go and buy food .
In the second video , another resident was also unhappy with the situation at hand.She also expressed disappointment with what had happened .She had to wake up early in the morning to buy some food at the Alex Mall.
The third video shows the queue of people who wanted to gain entry into the mall to buy some food getting longer.
In the fourth video ,a resident is seen pleading with fellow South African residents to stop the looting which has led to devastating social problems .
There has been more than 72 fatalities since the looting started a couple of days back.There is an addition of those dead bodies which were uncovered at the Makro store which is in Pietermaritzburg.
Some members of the public whose institutions were burnt down and looted have lost their jobs as well.As seen in the above videos , members of the community have to struggle to be able to buy some food for their families .
The struggle to buy basic goods is not only affecting the residents of Gauteng , it is also affecting the Kwa-Zulu Natal province as well. In the video below , the SABC news reporter Jayed Leigh Paulse shared a video of residents in Durban North queuing to make their entry into the Pick n Pay outlet , in order to buy essential goods .
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