In the New Friends of Democracy leak (user's little brother kept papers detailing riot instructions plus payment details, stickies atm) it is implied that a Soros agent will go around and collect insurance information and inform them that a protest will be happening, if your property gets damaged here's our info"
There's instances of this happening in Baltimore, Ferguson, and Berkley (going from memory, can't remember exactly). Soros is famous for making a billion in a day betting against the GBP it wouldn't be a stretch to say that currency manipulation and economic destabilization is what the Open Society really does.
This might be unrelated but the EFF is involved in an ongoing crisis of prospective university students stampeding to get an education. Things seem to really be heating up for President Zuma.
EFF threatens Unisa shutdown if demands are not met
“We are here with the locus standi to endeavor to get free education as they promised. Even the Constitution of South Africa and the Freedom Charter speak about education. We are saying we are here, and we are black – that on its own is merit to deserve free, quality and decolonized education,” chairperson of the EFF Students Command at Unisa, Ofentse Fanon Moema, said as he spoke to reporters at the closed Sunnyside campus.
Hundreds of prospective and bona fide Unisa students were milling outside the campus on Friday. Several police officers had sealed off the busy Justice Mahomed Street, adjacent to the campus as impatience and frustration grew amongst the crowd of young people.
“The free education that is being spoken about, to us, is just a narrative being advanced by the media and so forth. In [practice], we are here. [On the] first day of the registrations last week on Wednesday, already the university had deployed the bouncers to come and deal with us, to manhandle us, simply because they knew they can’t implement free education at Unisa,” said Moema. He said concerns about students stampeding during walk-in registrations was not a concern at one of the biggest institutions of higher education in the world, as the matter had been handled well in previous years.
“Students have been queuing here for application and registration every year. Maybe at other universities, the full-time universities, that is where the stampede issue is a crisis. Last semester, these same students were here, queuing. What they are doing now is not new. The systems works such that even if you apply at home, you must still come here and queue. You must accept the offer to study here in person, at the university,” said Moema.