The South African Human Rights Commissions (SAHRC) stated that President Cyril Ramaphosa will be invited to account for the Government’s response to the July 2021 unrest. The commission is currently investigating the events that transpired in parts of Gauteng and KwaZulu-Natal in July 2021. The civil unrest led to the deaths of 350 people and money lost to the economy. The commission has heard from several high-profile officials, including Police Minister Bheki Cele, Justice and Correctional Services Minister Ronald Lamola, as well as eThekwini Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda. SAHRC Chairperson Andre Gaum announced that President Ramaphosa is expected to give evidence in April 2022 when the commission reconvenes for the third leg of hearings.
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