Peaceful protest held near Krugersdorp

2015-09-21 18:03

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Johannesburg - A peaceful protest was held in Munsieville, near Krugersdorp, on Monday, Gauteng police said.

The protest, featuring around 2000 residents, started around 07:00, spokesperson Sergeant Thepiso Mashale told News24.

She said the protest was believed to be related to the municipality.

"Nothing was reported, no property was damaged. It ended around 10:45. That's when they dispersed."

Traffic officers and public order policing monitored proceedings.

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