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Death toll in recent SA unrest rises to 337, minister says

On Wednesday the death toll had stood at 276.
Image: REUTERS/Rogan Ward

South Africa’s police has revised upwards the death toll from recent unrest to 337, cabinet minister Khumbudzo Ntshavheni said on Thursday.

On Wednesday the death toll had stood at 276.

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If the police are no longer allowed to shoot to protect property, how did all these people die? We await the findings of 337 inquests, but the wheels of the SAPS and the ‘justice’ system will no doubt grind so slowly that we’ll have forgotten about this massacre in five years. Must be time for yet another commission of inquiry headed by a retired judge anxious to boost his/her meagre pension!

Will be the same as Life esedimedi.

If you play with matches, you will get burned.

so some of the looters also used guns on civilians?

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