WATCH | Police use water cannon, fire stun grenades to disperse Cape Town protesters

2019-09-04 16:56
Protesters marching against gender-based violence face off with police, who used a water cannon to disperse them in the Cape Town city centre on Wednesday. (Aletta Harrison/News24)

Protesters marching against gender-based violence face off with police, who used a water cannon to disperse them in the Cape Town city centre on Wednesday. (Aletta Harrison/News24)

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Police used a water cannon and stun grenades to try and disperse protesters who had blocked a major road in the Cape Town city centre on Wednesday. 

The group had earlier asked for President Cyril Ramaphosa to address them on gender-based violence at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, which is currently hosting the World Economic Forum on Africa. 

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