South African protesters ransack H&M stores over 'racist' ad

JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Protesters angered by a “racist” H&M advertisement ransacked several of the Swedish fashion group’s South African stores on Saturday. The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) protesters targeted six H&M stores in the Gauteng province, where South Africa’s economic hub of Johannesburg is located, tearing down shop displays and throwing clothes around, police said. In one instance, officers fired rubber bullets to disperse the protesters, the police added. H&M earlier this w...