A photograph taken on Saturday shows a volunteer from Muslims For Humanity offloads a crate of bread and milk at the NMJ Islamic Centre to distribute to members of the public in Durban. After a week of incidents in South Africa, marked by riots and looting, a precarious calm seems to hang over the country on Saturday which continues to clean up the damage of violence described by President Ramaphosa as an orchestrated attempt to destabilize the country.

19 July, 2021 12:00 AM printer

A photograph taken on Saturday shows a volunteer from Muslims For Humanity offloads a crate of bread and milk at the NMJ Islamic Centre to distribute to members of the public in Durban. After a week of incidents in South Africa, marked by riots and looting, a precarious calm seems to hang over the country on Saturday which continues to clean up the damage of violence described by President Ramaphosa as an orchestrated attempt to destabilize the country.


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