Lawley protest disrupts traffic

2014-12-03 08:19
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Johannesburg - A protest in Lawley, south of Johannesburg, disrupted traffic on Wednesday morning, metro police said.

"There are protests in Lawley, south of Johannesburg and motorists should avoid the old Lawley road which passes the Lenasia station as it is closed between Lenasia Drive and the R580," said Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar.

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"There are rocks and tyres on the road placed by protesters who are complaining of no electricity."

The K43 and R580 can be used as alternative routes on Wednesday morning, he said.

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