WATCH | Police minister heckled outside Parliament as angry protesters flood Cape Town's streets

2019-09-04 16:48
'Stop killing us'. A group of women with tape over their mouths at the #CTICC entrance ask President Cyril #Ramaphosa what he is doing because men are raping and killing. (Jenni Evans, News24)

'Stop killing us'. A group of women with tape over their mouths at the #CTICC entrance ask President Cyril #Ramaphosa what he is doing because men are raping and killing. (Jenni Evans, News24)

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Angry protesters heckled Police Minister Bheki Cele outside Parliament on Wednesday.

Hundreds of protesters marched through Cape Town's streets calling for the government to take decisive action against men who commit acts of gender-based violence.

The group marched from Parliament to the Cape Town International Convention Centre, where the World Economic Forum is currently under way.

Among the protesters were UCT students and school pupils, who were protesting against the murder of first-year UCT student Uyinene Mrwetyana.

Read more on:    bheki cele  |  cape town  |  protests  |  gender violence
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