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South Africans split on top call for State of Emergency

South Africans don dey divided on top call for President Cyril Ramaphosa to declare State of Emergency for di kontri as riots and looting continue to happun across Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal.

For some days now, South Africa dey experience serious protests and looting for both Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal provinces, and dem target shops, malls plus oda business places.

Di protest first start small-small wen some supporters of di former president Jacob Zuma begin demand e release from prison for KwaZulu-Natal provinces afta judge send am to jail for contempt of court.

Protest come later spread go Gauteng, wia di looting come plenti well-well.

As pipo dey call for state of emergency, President Cyril Ramaphosa neva make any declaration but say dem dey address di expand deployment of di military sake of di looting and violence.

E tell Leaders of South Africa political parties say goment dey increase dia efforts and work in partnership with civil society to stop di public violence wey dey affect various parts of di kontri.

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