Three bodies were discovered at a Ginger Bhangwandas clothing store during clean-up operations in the Durban city centre on Friday.
The grim discovery came amid efforts to revive the local economy following the deadly civil unrest in July.
Finance Minister Tito Mboweni told Parliament this week that the cost of stock theft and damage to infrastructure following the looting was estimated at over R45 billion.
Government authorities in KwaZulu-Natal, which was the epicentre of the violence, have vowed to assist families who lost their loved ones during the unrest.
KwaZulu-Natal recorded 258 deaths following a week of the rolling violence and looting.
In other news – Inno Matijane strikes again, this time with his thick th!ghs – Photo leaves straight men questioning their s.e.xuality
Influencer, recording artist, and The Way Ngingakhona reality star Innocent ‘Inno’ Matijane has done it again. The media personality recently sent the Twitter streets into a frenzy with his bootylicious snap.
His pic had a lot of straight men boldly admitting that they would date him, while others asked why their girlfriends did not look like Inno. Women, on the other hand, were envious of his body, saying they wish they were just as hot. Learn More