By Liam Karabo Joyce Time of article published 48m in the past

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World-renowned DJ and music producer Black Coffee has been praised for his interview with NCS.

The South African shed some gentle on what modifications the federal government ought to tackle following the lethal riots and looting that erupted final week after former president Jacob Zuma was arrested and jailed.

Black Coffee spoke to the information channel to offer his opinion on the unrest that noticed malls and warehouses destroyed and racial tensions flare up in components of KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng.

The DJ spoke of the group members that volunteered to defend the mall from the looters, saying that they deserved an equal alternative to be a part of the event of the nation.

“It’s the local people defending the community, but tomorrow when everything goes back to normal, the locals and the community don’t have the contracts in the mall.

“The contracts are held by people who are not in the community. And that’s how you start fixing the problems,” he mentioned.

He added that he believed that folks did not really feel they had been “destroying their own”.

Instead, he mentioned, folks in all probability felt like “they are destroying what’s been there and what’s not theirs even though somehow it benefits them”.

The award-winning DJ just isn’t one to get entangled in politics and even share his view on political issues however he has made it clear that he’s passionate about the expansion and improvement of South Africa.

On his Instagram, he captioned a snippet from the interview: “When I cry, when I tweet, it’s not from a political point of view. It’s from a South African who is concerned about the future of the country and the continent.”

Many South Africans praised the DJ for the interview.

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In a current tweet, that he shared on his Instagram account, the hitmaker urged South Africans to unite to rebuild the nation.

“I hope the spirit of true South Africans emerge and we unit even more than we do in spirit and entertainment to fix, rebuild and collaborate and get us back into even a better place … I hope the government shows up.”


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