Destruction hits business confidence
/ 15 July 2021

Destruction hits business confidence

An already low sentiment will be set back by the Covid-19 pandemic, thin reforms and this week’s violence

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Fuel shortages loom as unrest forces SA’s largest refinery to shut
/ 14 July 2021

Fuel shortages loom as unrest forces SA’s largest refinery to shut

Sapref declares force majeure, shutting down 35% of SA’s fuel supply

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/ 13 March 2008

Durban counts cost of devastating floods

Durban’s disaster-management team and city officials are busy calculating the cost of damage caused during a heavy downpour on Tuesday night that continued into the early hours of Wednesday. Two oil refineries, hospitals, courts, homes, shacks, railway lines, buildings and roads were affected by the overnight storm.

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/ 13 March 2008

Twenty rescued in Durban flash-floods

Search-and-rescue workers saved 20 people trapped in cars and homes by rising water in a heavy overnight downpour in Durban. ”We used a police boat to move many people away from the Island Hotel in Isipingo and we assisted several others who were stuck in cars due to rising flood water,” said Captain Troy Alison.