Civil Unrest in South Africa: Limited Impact on Global Services Delivery
Risk Radar Newsflash Report

23 Jul 2021
by Parul Jain, Aranya Kalia

Between July 9 and 17, 2021, South Africa was ravaged by mass rioting and protests in its key provinces of KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng. The unrest, which initially began as a political protest in response to the arrest of former President Jacob Zuma, eventually ballooned into full-blown rioting and looting. The flare-up has led to mass casualties and significant property damage across both the affected provinces. In this Risk Radar, we present the impact of this event on global services delivery players operating in South Africa.

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