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Check Out The Items Looters Did Not Touch Since The Free Former President Zuma Protest Began

Former South African President Zuma was taken to prison 5 days ago at Westville Prison in KwaZulu-Natal. Immediately he was taken to prison where he will be for 15 months, a protest began, and the people protesting are demanding his release. The protest gave some people the opportunity to loot what others suffered many years to gather.

This all started during the weekend and it's still on in many places like Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, Johannesburg and so on. Cars, phones, generators, furniture, clothes, drinks, live stocks, foodstuffs and many more were looted in shopping malls and small shops. Surprisingly there was a particular item the looters did not take. The looters refuse to go to a bookshop and take the books there. The bookshop was the only place they did not loot even when there was no security around to stop them.

Below are photos of some of the things that were looted:The pig they are carrying is among the things looted.The things that are written inside the books are more important than all they have looted but they choose to ignore the books and go after other things. The looting and burning of cars and houses are still on. I wonder if this will solve the problem?Source Hopewell Chin'ono and Instagram.

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