A Clicks retailer at Saveways Centre in Emalahleni (Witbank) was broken on Monday morning after its retailer bought petrol bombed.
This comes after EFF in a press release on Sunday threatened to close down all of 800 Clicks retailer in the event that they refuse to shut down on Monday following their controversial “racist advert”.
Administration of Saveways Clicks confirmed that one in every of their shops was attacked.
They disclosed that investigation into the incident was underway.
In response to Mpumalanga police spokesperson, Leonard Hlathi a bunch of individuals tried to petrol-bomb the Clicks retailer in Emalahleni.
“In response to info that we’ve gathered, round 1am a bunch of males got here and threw a petroleum bomb on the store.”
“Nevertheless, just a few glass [panes] have been cracked however the store itself is protected, nothing was broken within the store.”
Nevertheless, the EFF social gathering members in Emalahleni denied being linked to the petrol-bomb assault.
In addition they doubted if the injury was attributable to a petrol-bomb.
A member of the EFF’s provincial legislature in Mpumalanga, Colleen Sedibe was of the opinion that the hearth may have been attributable to a defective electrical connection.
The police is at present conducting an investigation into the matter.