Truck, bus shelters set alight during protest action in Dunoon

2019-09-27 10:30
Burning tyre. File.

Burning tyre. File. (iStock)

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A truck has been set alight during a service delivery protest in Dunoon, Cape Town on Friday.

According to City of Cape Town traffic services spokesperson Richard Coleman, the protest started just after 07:00 and areas affected include the entire Dunoon, the N7, Koeberg and Malibongwe roads. 

Coleman said bus shelters have also been set alight by protesters. 

The area remains volatile and law enforcement agencies are monitoring the situation.

Police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Andrè Traut said tyres were also set alight during the protest and a vehicle was stoned

"No one has been arrested as yet. Our forces will remain in the area to maintain law and order," Traut said.

He said circumstances surrounding the public violence are being investigated.

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