Trying to stay afloat in the aftermath of SA's looting crisis

Chaos broke out in SA in July, when former president Jacob Zuma was sent to prison for contempt of the country’s highest court. He was sentenced to a 15-month jail term, but soon after his incarceration, groups claiming to be Zuma supporters set the country ablaze.
Now, just two months later, Zuma has been released on medical parole, while employees and business owners from affected businesses desperately try to pick up the pieces.
Drieka Smith, owner of a bridal shop in Empangeni on the KwaZulu-Natal north coast, and Alyssa Coetzee, owner of a small printing business located at the Montclair Mall, south of Durban, are just two such entrepreneurs. We listen to their stories.