AS IT HAPPENED: #FeesMustFall – Arrests, violence as protesters clash with police

2016-09-21 15:00

Police officers have reportedly fired stun grenades and rubber bullets at Wits protesters in an attempt to disperse them, with plumes of green smoke visible in the streets.


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