LISTEN | The figures: The real impact of SA's looting crisis

22 July 2021 - 16:05 By Paige Muller
A member of a hazardous waste cleanup crew walks to clean up a warehouse burnt during looting after the imprisonment of former president Jacob Zuma in Durban on July 17 2021.
A member of a hazardous waste cleanup crew walks to clean up a warehouse burnt during looting after the imprisonment of former president Jacob Zuma in Durban on July 17 2021.
Image: Reuters/Rogan Ward

As the dust begins to settle in the wake of SA’s recent looting crisis, economists, analysts and businesses begin to take stock of the damage sustained.

We spoke to Dawie Roodt, chief economist at Efficient Group, and Annabel Bishop, chief economist at Investec, about the impact the recent looting will have on the economy and their outlooks for the country moving forward.

Here is what they had to say: 

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