Durban – Video footage has emerged early on Friday morning showing scores of residents in the Durban central business district looting a shop amid rising fears of a national shutdown due to the fuel price increases.
The footage was posted by Independent Media’s senior journalist, Sihle Mavuso, in the early hours of Friday morning.
BREAKING NEWS: The national shutdown over fuel hikes in Durban has started on a bad note. Some residents of the city are looting shops and stalls within the CBD. Alert police have to fire teargas and stun grenades when there was an attempt to loot some shops. @DailyNewsSA pic.twitter.com/o7o63Ah8Km
— Sihle Mavuso (@ZANewsFlash) June 10, 2022