FOREIGN NATIONALS ESCORTED OUT OF MIDDELBURG AFTER SHOPS LOOTED DURING PROTESTS

FOREIGN NATIONALS ESCORTED OUT OF MIDDELBURG AFTER SHOPS LOOTED DURING PROTESTS

Demonstrations erupted following the killing of a 25-year-old woman on Wednesday.

Mpumalanga police are escorting foreign nationals out of Middelburg on Thursday morning after their shops were looted during violent protests.

Demonstrations erupted following the killing of a 25-year-old woman on Wednesday.

The man arrested in connection with the murder will be appearing in court on Friday.

The police’s Thabitha Leshilo: “The police are out there checking on all the shops that were looted yesterday and some of the foreign nationals were escorted out of the town.”

Mia Lindeque / EWn

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