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‘Cops told us to loot’

@City_Press 25 January 2015 6:00

Foreign shop owners, looters and witnesses to the looting this week in Gauteng have described how police stole goods and helped others raid the shops during the worst attacks on ­foreigners South ­Africa has seen in ­seven years.

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