Cops use rubber bullets, teargas against Limpopo anti-Zuma protesters

2017-04-07 15:40
Police monitoring streets at Seshego in Limpopo during the ongoing protest against President Jacob Zuma. (Chester Makana, News24)

Police monitoring streets at Seshego in Limpopo during the ongoing protest against President Jacob Zuma. (Chester Makana, News24)

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Polokwane - Police used rubber bullets and teargas to disperse disgruntled Seshego residents who blocked roads, forcing shops in the area to close on Friday.

Residents had burned tyres and blocked roads, as they joined nationwide action against President Jacob Zuma.

Earlier on Friday, businesses had opened as usual.

But later, residents took to the streets, adding their voices to the call for Zuma to step down.

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