Six arrested after the looting of foreign-owned shops in SowetoSix arrested after the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto

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Soweto residents

Six people are reported to have been arrested following the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto.

Earlier some members of the community in the area said foreign-owned shops had been looted to avenge the incidents that happened in the Johannesburg CBD last week when foreign nationals attacked police during a raid on those who trade in counterfeit goods.

Police have confirmed that spaza shops were looted in areas including Dobsonville, Rockville, Zola, Orlando, Meadowlands, Dobsonville, Emndeni, Moletsane, White City and Zondi on Wednesday night.

The Gauteng Community Safety MEC Faith Mazibuko has condemned this.

Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will be in Soweto this morning to assess the situation following the looting of foreign owned shops last night. #Sowetolootings #sabcnews

— Sashin Naidoo (@Sashinn007) August 15, 2019

MEC Ramokgopa heads to Soweto to find solutions to looting problem https://t.co/KwZzqHGCEb via @SABCNewsOnline

— SABC News Online (@SABCNewsOnline) August 15, 2019

[ON NOW]@CityJoburg Mayor @HermanMashaba on the violence against foreign shop owners and looting that happened in several townships in Soweto last night. #SAfmSunrise @safmnews #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/gbKwstNPje

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

#Sowetolooting https://t.co/rUJ2dD9Luu

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

[ON NOW] Human Rights Commissioner the @SAHRCommission Angie Makwetla reacting to locals who have gone into a rampage in Soweto assaulting foreign nationals and looting their shops. #SAfmSunrise @SAfmnews #sabcnews #Sowetolooting pic.twitter.com/rCZc3OJopp

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

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The post Six arrested after the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto appeared first on SABC News – Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa’s news leader..

Soweto residents

Six people are reported to have been arrested following the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto.

Earlier some members of the community in the area said foreign-owned shops had been looted to avenge the incidents that happened in the Johannesburg CBD last week when foreign nationals attacked police during a raid on those who trade in counterfeit goods.

Police have confirmed that spaza shops were looted in areas including Dobsonville, Rockville, Zola, Orlando, Meadowlands, Dobsonville, Emndeni, Moletsane, White City and Zondi on Wednesday night.

The Gauteng Community Safety MEC Faith Mazibuko has condemned this.

Gauteng MEC for Economic Development, Kgosientsho Ramokgopa will be in Soweto this morning to assess the situation following the looting of foreign owned shops last night. #Sowetolootings #sabcnews

— Sashin Naidoo (@Sashinn007) August 15, 2019

MEC Ramokgopa heads to Soweto to find solutions to looting problem https://t.co/KwZzqHGCEb via @SABCNewsOnline

— SABC News Online (@SABCNewsOnline) August 15, 2019

[ON NOW]@CityJoburg Mayor @HermanMashaba on the violence against foreign shop owners and looting that happened in several townships in Soweto last night. #SAfmSunrise @safmnews #sabcnews pic.twitter.com/gbKwstNPje

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

#Sowetolooting https://t.co/rUJ2dD9Luu

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

[ON NOW] Human Rights Commissioner the @SAHRCommission Angie Makwetla reacting to locals who have gone into a rampage in Soweto assaulting foreign nationals and looting their shops. #SAfmSunrise @SAfmnews #sabcnews #Sowetolooting pic.twitter.com/rCZc3OJopp

— SAfmRadio 📻 (@SAfmRadio) August 15, 2019

Click on the video below: 

The post Six arrested after the looting of foreign-owned shops in Soweto appeared first on SABC News – Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa’s news leader..

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