VIDEO: Police fire stun grenades at picketing MyCiti drivers

2018-12-13 15:06
Police throw stun grenades at dismissed MyCiti staff picketing in Cape Town CBD.

Police throw stun grenades at dismissed MyCiti staff picketing in Cape Town CBD. (Screenshot)

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Police have fired stun grenades at MyCiti bus drivers on strike in the Cape Town CBD.

Dismissed MyCiti employees gathered outside the Cape Town Civic Centre on Thursday, hoping that their issues regarding the escalated strike would be raised.

Police escorted the protesters away from the Civic Centre towards the minibus taxi rank, before an exchange of stun grenades and rocks took place.

Protesters dispersed shortly thereafter.

ALSO WATCH: Stun grenades fired, rocks thrown as Cape Town police and MyCiti protesters clash

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