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Tag: looting

Clear proof that July’s looting led straight to job losses

When political fights open the door to widespread criminality such as the looting spree that ravaged parts of Kwa-Zulu Natal in July this year, it demonstrates a dangerous public mood --...

Hacking and looting hamper recovery in the Freight Transport sector

THE recent looting and unrest have had a massive impact on the majority of sectors measured by the Ctrack Freight Transport Index. The Ctrack Freight Transport data shows a split set of...

Counting the Ever-increasing Cost: Impact of the Ongoing Attacks and Looting in KZN and...

Road carries 80% of South Africa’s goods. Simply put: when trucks stop, South Africa stops. The opportunistic mass looting occurring in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng and the wanton destruction of trucks and...

Looting on the rise in Cape Town

As the lockdown continues and the coronavirus pandemic threatens the livelihood of families and homes across the country, people are becoming desperate. The desperation, frustration and other contributing factors have led...

R170 billion stolen in Eskom looting spree

The Special Investigating Unit (SIU) is looking into the theft of R170 billion from Eskom The report stated that of this figure, R139 billion is related to 11 contractors who helped build...

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Closure of Tiger Brands’ Langeberg and Ashton canning fruit factory spells...

Agri SA is deeply concerned about the recent commencement of a consultation period after Tiger Brands gave notice of its intention to close down its canning...

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