Shutdown Protests Hit South African Streets Again
Service delivery protests forming part of the Total Shutdown movement have returned to Tshwane, with residents citing high electricity rates and the lack of sanitation among their chief concerns. Officials have deemed the demonstrations illegal and warned participants face arrest.
News24Wire, 29 April 2019
One of the organisers of the Tshwane shutdown is blaming the media and the government for the low turnout on Monday. Read more »
South Africa: Officials Wary of Illegal Tshwane Shutdown Protest
allAfrica, 29 April 2019
Service delivery protests forming part of the Total Shutdown movement have returned to the streets of Tshwane, with residents citing high electricity rates and the lack of… Read more »
Marchers take their protest to the Union Buildings (file photo).
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