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Friday, June 10, 2022

"No sign of National shutdown or looting in South Africa" - Vuma FM presenter, Mzokoloko, confirms

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Vuma FM OAP, Mzokoloko, has said no sign of looting in Durban or any part of South Africa. (Read More Here).

Mzokoloko wrote: "So far no reports of road closures 
In Durban… my radio show team is made up of ppl from Mlazi,Newlands Pinetown, Verelum and Clermont 

"We all saw no signs of #nationalshutdown 
We arrived at work peacefully 
@VumaFM 
#vumafmbreakfast."

Municipality spokesperson, Msawakhe Mayisela, says those who act unlawfully will face the full might of the law.

“Our Mayor is very concerned about the fact that our city is still reeling from the effects of the recent floods. While we are all concerned about the price of petrol, disrupting business and shutting down the country is counterproductive. It will reverse all the gains that we have made following the disruptions related to COVID-19, the July unrest, and the recent floods. The law will take its cause in the event that anyone is disregarding it.”

Taxi drivers and owners fired shots in the air to disperse a crowd in Hammarsdale, Durban, that wanted to loot a mall on Thursday night.

Smangele Shoba, a resident in Hammarsdale Unit 2, told The Witness that at around 9 pm about 100 people gathered near the Junction Mall.

“They were burning tyres near the mall however they could not get close as there were police, private security and taxi owners and drivers who were guarding it,” she said.

Shoba, whose aunt is a taxi owner, said there was a callout for all taxi owners in the area to guard the mall and the Boxer shopping centre in the area.

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