Cops keep EFF, ANC apart during Makhura's address

2015-02-23 14:26
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Johannesburg - Police formed a barrier line to separate members of the EFF and the ANC demonstrating outside the Gauteng legislature following Premier David Makhura's delivery of his state of the province address on Monday.

A handful of EFF supporters stood on one side of the road while ANC supporters occupied the other side.

Both groups sang struggle songs.

Dozens of police officers and metro police officers monitored the situation.

Meanwhile, the police brass band provided entertainment.

Members of the public stood close by, dancing to the music while others recorded them.

Makhura was expected to address the crowds outside the legislature.

Earlier, members of the EFF disrupted the delivery of his state of the province address in the legislature.

Read more on:    anc  |  eff  |  david makhura  |  johannesburg  |  politics

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