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SANDF had no authority to arrest during July riots: Defence Minister

Eye Witness News 27 Nov 2021
In July KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng saw sporadic incidents of looting and disruption businesses premises ... .
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Sponsor some joy for our elders this Christmas

Independent online (SA) 27 Nov 2021
Last Christmas was not much fun for a lot of elderly people ... They are yours. It is the good people of Durban who make it possible for us to dish up 1 500 lunches to Durban’s elders over the festive season,” said Tafta CEO, Femada Shamam, who was recently named among the top 30 Standard Bank KwaZulu-Natal Top Woman in Business.
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’July unrest was period of darkness in SA’

Independent online (SA) 23 Nov 2021
Gina, who is briefing the National Council of Provinces on the impact of the unrest in the economy, said her department allocated more than R3.5 billion to businesses in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. This was after many small businesses were destroyed during the violence.
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July unrest: It was the first week of tears, drama, cops clashing with SAHRC, shocking ...

Independent online (SA) 20 Nov 2021
Businesses have frustrations with crime before they invest in Durban ... “We are pleased the affected provinces KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng are starting to normalise, businesses and logistics networks are back in full operations,” Mabuza said during an oral question session in the National Council of Provinces.
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No need to name those who provoked July unrest, looting in KZN and Gauteng, says ...

Independent online (SA) 19 Nov 2021
“We are pleased the affected provinces KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng are starting to normalise, businesses and logistics networks are back in full operations,” Mabuza said ... Mabuza said law enforcement agencies were still busy with investigations of criminal action and the violence of looting that took place during that period.
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Police Minister Points to July Unrest as Factor in Crime Statistics

All Africa 19 Nov 2021
... with heavy damage to businesses and infrastructure in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng.
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5 of South Africa’s best hotels for a splurge-worthy summer staycation

Independent online (SA) 19 Nov 2021
If you do not want to travel long distances or catch a flight this holiday season, you can staycation in some of South Africa’s most popular destinations instead ... Here are a few recommendations.. Beverly Hills, uMhlanga ... Fordoun Hotel and Spa ... Situated in Nottingham Road in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands, the family-owned business dates back to the 1800s.
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David Mabuza faces tough questions in Parliament over Eskom, July unrest

Independent online (SA) 18 Nov 2021
However, businesses have been complaining of losing billions of rand due to load shedding. Mabuza would also be asked on the latest development regarding the July unrest in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. The unrest led to the deaths of more than 300 people and damage to infrastructure and businesses amounting to billions of rand ... POLITICAL BUREAU .
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Politicians and police left us for dead, Commerce Chamber CEO tells SAHRC of July riots

Independent online (SA) 18 Nov 2021
DURBAN - Police officials and politicians in the KwaZulu-Natal province had allegedly left businesses and citizens to fend for themselves during the violent riots and mass looting in July, says chief executive of the Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Commerce, Melanie Veness ... Small businesses were affected right until the retailers and shopping centres.
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Top Latina Speaker Gaby Natale Receives Latino Leaders Magazine MAESTRO Award

Tyler Morning Telegraph 17 Nov 2021
17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Bestselling author, speaker and 3-time Daytime EMMY winner�Gaby Natale�has been named as a recipient of the 2021 Maestro Award, the highest distinction given by Latino Leaders Magazine ... I just now have a much bigger classroom", explains Natale ... Gaby Natale will receive the Maestro of Ultimate Drive.
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Tiger Brands workers down tools in KwaZulu-Natal over higher wages

Business Day 17 Nov 2021
Tiger Brands was one of the businesses affected by the violent unrest experienced in Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in July, forcing the food producer to temporarily close all operations in KwaZulu-Natal, which accounted for the bulk of the more than R150m loss the company suffered as the result of the violence.
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S. Africa insurer says paid 12 bn rand due to unrest in July

MENA FN 17 Nov 2021
... riots that saw thousands of businesses looted in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces would not be finished until next year, and the company aims to pay out 80 percent of claims by March 2022, Xinhua News Agency reported.
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Social housing proposal for prime Durban north beach site slammed

Independent online (SA) 17 Nov 2021
The sentiment was shared by economist Professor Bonke Dumisa, who said such a move has the potential to damage even some of the existing tourism businesses in the area ... Brett Tungay, Fedhasa chairperson in KwaZulu-Natal, said while there was a need to balance the need for housing with business, the land in question was a prime site.
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S. Africa insurer says having paid out R12 billion due to unrest in July

Sina 16 Nov 2021
The state-owned short-term risk insurer said the settlement of claims from the deadly riots that saw thousands of businesses looted in parts of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces would not be finished until next year, and ...
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Steel price hikes can be attributed to global steel shortage and Covid-19

Independent online (SA) 16 Nov 2021
Selwin Swartz, CEO of Fabricon, a Steel Fabrication business in KwaZulu-Natal, said that the exorbitant steel price means clients do fewer projects due to the rise in costs driven by material prices and the uncertainty of price validity ... BUSINESS REPORT ONLINE .
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