AS IT HAPPENED: Protests in SA still ongoing

2017-05-11 07:12

Violent protest action continue in several South African communities where various residential areas have taken their dissatsfaction over issues, including service delivery and housing, to the streets.

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11 May 13:21

Ennerdale residents protest against looting

Residents of Ennerdale south of Johannesburg have condemned the ongoing protest in the area on Thursday. 

Police used rubber bullets and teargas at protesting residents who blocked roads with burning tyres. At least a 100 residents against the protest are now stationed outside Mid-Ennerdale Primary School protesting.

Valerie Moses of the Ennerdale Stakeholders Association said they were at the school because they had heard that protesters were planning to loot the school and the local clinic.

"We had a protest on housing for which government came out and gave us feedback. They will come to us tomorrow [Friday]... we are having a meeting tomorrow at 12:30 with officials."


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Protest action in the Northern Areas in Port Elizebeth. (Supplied)

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Another family of 16 at Extension 6 in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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Another family of 16 at Extension 6 in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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A family of 27 live in backyard dwellings in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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A family of 27 live in backyard dwellings in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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A family of 27 live in backyard dwellings in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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A family of 27 live in backyard dwellings in Ennerdale. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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Massive police presence in the entrance of the area. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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Police attempt to extinguish the fire at Ennerdale main road where residents have burnt tyres blocking roads. (Lizeka Tandwa, News24)

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