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Instigator of South Africa's deadly 2021 riots sentenced to 12 years


A South African court sentenced a man to 12 years in prison in the first conviction of an alleged instigator of riots that left hundreds of people dead in 2021, prosecutors said on Wednesday. More than 350 people were killed during almost ten days of unrest that followed the incarceration of ex-president Jacob Zuma in July 2021. FRANCE 24's Eunice Masson reports from Cape Town, South Africa.

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