Protesters loot stalls in Cape Town CBD

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Cape Town - Protesters with the Ses’khona People’s Rights Movement looted stalls in Cape Town CBD after protesting in front of the Western Cape legislature on Thursday.

They sang songs as they protested over land, housing and service delivery.

As they dispersed from the legislature, a few protesters began looting some stalls. A few stores in the CBD immediately began closing their door as a precautionary measure.

Police maintained a heavy police presence in the city.

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