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Bad news for South Africa despite the current cleanup initiatives after the looting spree

Yesterday , the Gauteng province had many townships being cleaned by the members of the public as part of efforts to start the restoration of what existed before the looting and the arson took place in the province. Even though there has been a cleanup initiative , the bad news is that the effects have not vanished as yet .

Members of the society in Gauteng ready to clean their community

Yesterday , the Education MEC in the Gauteng province humbled himself and went out to the streets to assist members of the public clean up the Naledi Mall. The Premier of Gauteng Mr Makhura also took out to the streets in Tembisa to assist with the cleaning.

The cleaning is important but the question members of the public are asking themselves is whether the process will stop any food shortages from hitting the country.

The members of the public may the wondering if the cleaning process will save the people´s jobs .The answer to these questions according to the report is a negative .

Rotis prepared in place of bread by some Durban residents

When the N3 was shutdown , which is the busiest and major link between the Gauteng and KwaZulu Natal , it led to a serious delay in the cycle of food distribution.

The Durban Harbour got affected as a result of the unrest in the KwaZulu Natal .The supply of fuel and food got intercepted . There was for example a shortage of bread which was reported in Durban.

During the week , some residents from Chatsworth , Durban Central resorted to making rotis in order to help the elderly and the sick people .This had been a result of the shortage of bread .

There was an issue of the shortage of fuel as the Durban harbour got intercepted . This led to the emergence of long queues at the fuel stations during the week.

People waiting to enter Alex Mall during the week

As a result of the closure of the N3 , there was a delay in the delivery of yeast from Durban , to the bakeries in the Gauteng province . During the week , the Gauteng province was also hit with bread shortages . The Spaza shops did not have bread , hence the effect on the members of the public .

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