President Cyril Ramaphosa has condemned the resurgence of public violence that claimed two lives in Johannesburg on Sunday, saying that lawlessness was a crime against SA's prosperity and stability.

Since violence erupted in Johannesburg last week and spread to different parts of Gauteng, more than 600 people have been arrested, and 10 have died — eight victims were South African and two were foreign, police minister Bheki Cele said on Monday...

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