UPDATE: No road closures in Mitchell’s Plain

2018-05-03 14:42
A screenshot of the City's confirmation that no roads will be closed off. Photo: Facebook

A screenshot of the City's confirmation that no roads will be closed off. Photo: Facebook

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The City of Cape Town's traffic services have confirmed there are currently no road closures relating to yesterday's protest action in Mitchell’s Plain.

Traffic Services’ spokesperson, Maxine Bezuidenhout, says no protests have been applied for via the City.

"However, our law enforcement agencies will remain in the area and we will advise the public of any road closures or incidents as soon as we are made aware of them," she says.

Social media groups were full of people seeking confirmation on whether ongoing rumours of possible road closures in the area were true or not.

People's Post can confirm that no road closures will take place at 16:00.


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