Last week, House Chairperson of Committees Cedric Frolick had instructed to initiate a joint probe and report back to the National Assembly within two weeks.
The violence was the worst in post-apartheid South Africa and erupted after former president Jacob Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in jail for snubbing a corruption inquiry.
Protests that started after the jailing of former president Jacob Zuma on July 7 rapidly turned violent, with shopping centres, warehouses looted and set alight by huge mobs who outnumbered forces.
Violence erupted in South Africa after former president Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month sentence for defying court orders to appear before a committee investigating corruption allegations on him.
The King said that the poor would suffer most from the weakened economy as instigators of violence disrupt vital supply routes of food and medicine, especially during the current third wave of Covid.