It Is Sad That Looting Is Going On At Such A Grand Scale In South Africa, But I Observed They Did Not Loot Books - Reno Tweets
Since the arrest and detention of the former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, protest has started on the streets of South Africa. The people protesting are urging their government to release the former president because they think it is not right for them to arrest him.
A mother who threw her baby into a crowd of people from a smoke-filled floor after being set on fire in the South African port city of Durban has told the BBC she is grateful to those who they rescued her daughter, who will be two months old next month.
Nigerian Human Rights activist and former Presidential Aide to former president Dr. Goodluck Jonathan Reno Omokri has reacted to the ongoing civic unrest in South Africa. He observed that none of the protesters looted a single book but carted away other items as protests continue to rock the country.
In recent weeks our neighboring African nation, South Africa has witnessed a lot of unrest in some parts of their country following the arrest and jailing of the country's former president, Jacob Zuma. Many of their citizens, especially angry youths who are followers of the ex-president, of the country have taken to the street to utter their grievances and to protest for the of former President Jacob Zuma, and this has lead to the death of a lot of the youths involved in the protest.
There has been unrest in South Africa for some days now following the jailing of former President, Jacob Zuma. Videos of looters looting shopping malls, factories, warehouses in South Africa have surfaced online which is currently going viral on social media platforms. According to reports, over 70 persons have been killed since the looting began.
A South African Mother was pictured throwing her baby from a burning building. The confused mother was compelled to throw her baby from a burning building in Durban, South Africa, after some looters reportedly set fire on shops from the ground floor. The woman was pictured letting down the baby into the outstretched arms of crowd of bystanders as smoke swerved around her.
Nigeria's Next President Should Be In His 60s - IBB Photo Credit - Nigerian Tribune Former Military President, General Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida (IBB), has suggested that the next President of Nigeria in 2023 should be in his 60s because of the nature of the work of the country's leader.
The South African Ex-president Jacob Zuma, who was jailed last month has been admitted to the hospital on Friday, few days to his trial. The Department of correctional Services confirmed that Zuma was admitted to an outside hospital on Friday, 6 August 2021, for medical attentions.
Following the arrest of the Former President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, riots and chaos were by the citizens of the country. The incident has lead to the death of over 200 people. Many were left homeless during the riots. The protest began after the Former President handed himself to the police to face the law.
South Africa’s ex-President, Jacob Zuma hospitalized South Africa’s ex-President, Jacob Zuma was admitted to the hospital on Friday. This is coming less than a week before Zuma, who was jailed for contempt of court last month, is due in court for a separate graft trial.
For the past weeks, there has been an ongoing looting in South Africa because of the arrest of the former South African president, Jacob Zuma. The hoodlums looting the goods and properties of other South African. Thanks to the South African Police who by the order of the South African government, has brought an amount of relative peace in the country once again.
After looters set fire to shops on the bottom floor of a building in the South African city of Durban, a terrified mother was forced to toss her infant from the blazing structure to safety. As smoke billowed about her, the mother was seen throwing the infant to the ground in front of a group of onlookers who had their arms outstretched.
Following a massive protest against the government of South Africa over the arrest and incarceration of the former president, Jacob Zuma, citizens have resorted to looting stores and shopping malls in the country. The protesters whose demand is for the government to release the ex-president have caused a lot of damage to people's property and looted private stores and shopping malls.
African's are always complaining about how our leaders are so corrupt, and how the system does nothing to bring corrupt leaders to Justice, but when those in power try to do the right thing, they get a heavy backlash from the people. Although things has significantly calmed down in the last 24 hours after a tensed 5 days of protest and heavy looting which began due to the arrest of former South African president Jacob Zuma.
For the past days, there has been series of looting going on in South Africa over the arrest of the former South African president, Jacob Zuma. Many South Africans have taken such opportunity to loot the goods and products of other South African citizens and other foreigners in their country.
My lovely brothers, I am writing this letter to send a message to you all. We have been hearing the news of the crises going on in South Africa in the past days after the jailing of former South Africa president, Jacob Zuma. According to report, it seems that the crises have gone beyond what the security operatives could contain on time.
Following the arrest and imprisonment of former South African president Jacob Zuma for failing to appear in court, thousands of his supporters took to the streets all over the country, but more especially at the political and economic capitals Pretoria and Johannesburg in protest of his arrest. The violent protesters have broken in, looted and burnt down at least hundreds of shopping malls, stores, factories and warehouses in the country.
It is no longer news that the former South African president Jacob Zuma is cooling off in prison following his conviction for contempt of court charges in a South African constitutional court. He was sentenced for 15 months. The Acting Chief Justice, Sisi Khampepe berated Mr Zuma for disrespecting the court by refusing to appear before it, to answer charges of corruption, in a saga that has come to be known as, "State Capture".
Moment A Mother Was Forced To Throw Her Baby From Building After South Africa looters Set It On Fire
There has been unrest in South Africa, after the former President, Jacob Zuma was allegedly sentenced to 15months jail for contempt of court. Some angry citizens have taken to the streets to protest. However the protest seem to have gotten out of control. At least 72 people have died from stampede, and the some parts of the city is caught up in chaos
After the arrest and jailing of former South African president Jacob Zuma after 9 years of ruling, who was sentenced to 15 months imprisonment for failing to appear in court and still faces charges of corruption. Photo credit: BBC. This caused violent protests by his supporters to erupt in the country, and soon afterwards looting became part of it.