More deaths from unrest South Africa, soldiers in strategic places

The death toll of the unrest in South Africa has risen to 45. 26 people died in the province of KwaZulu-Natal, according to the regional Prime Minister, they were oppressed when rioters fleeed.

KwaZulu-Natal is home to former President Zuma, who has to go to jail for 15 months because of contempt of court. Reveals against his captivity grew to riots.

In recent days, the unrest spread to Gauteng Province, where the millions city of Johannesburg is located. There were nineteen deaths, including ten trampled in a mall by a runaway crowd of looters.

Johannesburg, Durban and Pietermaritzburg are widely plundered in Johannesburg, Durban and Pietermaritzburg. More than 700 people have been arrested and tens of millions of euros have been damaged.

Supermarkets and department stores include:

Authorities are disgrace of the riots. “No one has the right to plunder, destroy and break the law because of dissatisfaction or personal circumstances,” said police minister Cele.

President Ramaphosa has sent some 2,500 soldiers to the cities to help the police restore order. They are also stationed in strategic locations, such as airports and government buildings.