CT legislation enforcement officers to monitor Masiphumelele just after violent protests
Town automobiles were stoned and broken, tyres and bins were being set alight and used to block the roadways on Tuesday evening and into the early several hours of Wednesday early morning.
FILE: Town automobiles have been stoned and ruined, tyres and bins were established alight and employed to block the roadways in Masiphumelele on Tuesday night and into the early hours of Wednesday morning. Picture: Kaylynn Palm/Eyewitness Information
CAPE Town – Legislation enforcement officers will keep on checking the Masiphumelele location pursuing violent protest action.
Metropolis automobiles were being stoned and damaged, tyres and bins were established alight and employed to block the roadways on Tuesday night time and into the early hrs of Wednesday morning.
The City’s Wayne Dyason: “From about 10 in the evening, the city’s regulation enforcement officers had to deal with incidents of sustained civil disobedience. Regulation enforcement and Metro officers were pressured to withdraw to the outskirts of the spot for their own security. No arrests were made but costs of community violence, intimidation and problems to public house were being laid.”