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19:57  15 july  2021
19:57  15 july  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Des riverains passent à tabac des pillards présumés à Vosloorus, le 14 juillet 2021, en Afrique du Sud. © Marco Longari of the residents go to tobacco of the presumed looters in Vosloorus, on July 14, 2021, in South Africa.

with iron or firearms bars, South Africans organized themselves in patrols during the disorders that inflamed the country in recent days, well decided to do justice themselves against rioters and looters, at the risk of 'Further feed violence.

Bag Stores, Bire Buildings, Cut Transport, KwaZulu-Natal Coastal Region (KZN, East) and the economic capital Johannesburg were caught in a whirlwind of violence and flights, on the background of economic difficulties and unemployment. In all, 117 people have found death in a few days.

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Un homme tire en l'air pour disperser un groupe de pillards présumés à Vosloorus, le 14 juillet 2021. © Guillem Sartorio A man shoots in the air to disperse a group of presumed looters in Vosloorus, July 14, 2021.

A Phoenix, a Township of Durban on the Indian Ocean, 20 people were killed since the beginning of the week. According to the police, clashes between residents seeking to protect their neighborhood and presumed looters are at the origin of the disorders.

IMAGES Des chars de l'armée sud-africaine sont déployés dans les rues près de Johannesburg alors que les troubles font rage pour la sixième journée consécutive. Soixante-douze personnes sont mortes et plus de 1 200 ont été arrêtées. Les pillages et violences ont éclaté après que l'ancien président Jacob Zuma a commencé à purger une peine de 15 mois de prison. © Maryke Vermaak images of the tanks of the South African army are deployed in the streets near Johannesburg while the troubles are raging for the sixth consecutive day. Seventy-two people died and more than 1,200 were arrested. The looting and violence erupted after the former President Jacob Zuma began to serve a 15-month prison sentence.

The Minister of Police Bheki Cele had noted the day before that "racial tensions have tainted these disorders". The #phoenixMassacre word appears on Twitter.

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Videos of incredible violence circulate on social networks. They show men of Indian origin beating brutally black men on the ground. Immobile on the bitumen but aware, a young black man with gaping wounds in the arm and in the back, seems seriously injured.

- "gaping wounds" -

The day before, in a shopping center for thirty KM south of Johannesburg, ravaged by looting, AFP attended violent tobacco passages.

residents dragged the presumed loot on the ground. In a crash of cries and shots in the air, they beaten them. When one of them tried to escape, one of the torquers smashed him a bottle of beer on the skull before dragging him on the ground, the blood of his wound flowing in his neck.

police and military who remained remotely, were then content to recover some handcuffed suspects.

This type of scenes worries the authorities, who warned against the risks of this popular justice that adds to violence.

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"Do not take the law on your behalf", urged Thursday in the press conference, the Minister of the Acting Presidency, Khumbudzo Ntshavheni, regretting that some brandish firearms to respond to the incidents taking place in their neighborhoods.

last year, South Africa counted 1.202 murders in raids conducted by "vigilance" groups, according to police statistics.

Des pillards dans un centre commercial de Vosloorus, en Afrique du Sud, le 14 juillet 2021. © Marco Longari looters in a commercial center of Vosloorus, in South Africa, July 14, 2021.

- "Failing Police" -

in May, nine boys were tied up, beaten and taken on a football field to Zandspruit, in northern Johannesburg. Accused of terrorizing the neighborhood according to the local media, residents have sprayed them from paraffin before inflaming them. Eight of them are dead.

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