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17 Jul
Aerial shots of people looting warehouses and buildings gutted by fire in Durban as the death toll in South Africa's unrest rises to 117. The country has called up its army reserves in a bid to quell looting that has stoked fears of shortages and dealt a crippling economic blow. of looters in Durban
15 Jul
Zuma’s son Duduzane appeals to looters: Please be careful while looting and protesting.
14 Jul
Walking among the remains of her shop, which was looted during unrest in South Africa, Thandi Johnson says that she has "nothing left", despite troops being deployed in an attempt to prevent the destruction caused by thousands on the streets. The unrest erupted on the 9th of July after ex-president Jacob Zuma started serving a 15-month term for snubbing a probe into the corruption that stained his nine years in power.
13 Jul
South Africa deploys troops to contain what President Cyril Ramaphosa describes as unprecedented violence. Six people have been killed after several days of rioting sparked by the jailing of ex-president Jacob Zuma. Also, Tunisia launches an appeal for donations to help its overwhelmed health system. New Covid-19 infections are also on the rise in Morocco and Algeria. And we tell you how one Kenyan shoemaker has profited from the country's coronavirus lockdown.
13 Jul
23 Oct 2020
Shops were looted as fresh violence rocked Nigeria's biggest city Lagos on Thursday after the shooting of protesters that drew international outrage.
22 Jun 2020
The southwestern German city has seen a night of rioting and looting, with several police officers injured as hundreds of people took to the city center. Police said the situation was "completely out of control."
3 Sep 2019
Dozens arrested after looting and violence in South Africa
1 Aug 2019
Interested in magically gaining access to any of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks spread across the United States? In a shocking video, the Oba of Iwo, HRH Abdulrasheed Akanbi, wants anyone interested in acquiring the magical powers required for such an incredible feat to reach out to him.
31 Mar 2018
Criminal looting of Nigeria cannot be allowed to continue - Osinbajo.
21 Mar 2017
Ribadu laments excessive looting of Nigeria's resources.

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