South African businesses face billions in damage costs from rioting

Claims for damage and theft from businesses affected by civil unrest in South Africa are likely to be between ZAR7bn ($484m) and ZAR10bn ($692m), according to news reports from South Africa.

The riots and looting, which started on 9 July and ended on 17 July, have left more than 117 people dead, hu...


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