Gallery | Strikes of the Week

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SABC staff were joined by members of the EFF, the Congress of the People and the ANC outside the broadcaster's offices SABC in Auckland Park on Friday. Staff were protesting against retrenchments and the restructuring of the public broadcaster. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/ City Press
SABC staff were joined by members of the EFF, the Congress of the People and the ANC outside the broadcaster's offices SABC in Auckland Park on Friday. Staff were protesting against retrenchments and the restructuring of the public broadcaster. Picture: Rosetta Msimango/ City Press

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As the week comes to an end, we reflect on some of the protest action that took place across the country over the past few days.

  • SABC employees vs Management

 

SABC staff were joined by members of the EFF, the Congress of the People and the ANC outside the broadcaster's offices SABC in Auckland Park on Friday. Staff were protesting against retrenchments and the restructuring of the public broadcaster. Picture: Rosetta Msimango


  • EFF vs Brackenfell High School

The EFF protested at Brackenfell High School in Cape Town on Friday. The protest was prompted after a group of students and teachers were accused of hosting a private, "whites-only" matric dance. Police officers fired teargas to disperse the crowds. Picture: Gallo Images/Brenton Geach
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The EFF protested at Brackenfell High School in Cape Town on Friday. The protest was prompted after a group of students and teachers were accused of hosting a private, "whites-only" matric dance. Police officers fired teargas to disperse the crowds. Picture: Gallo Images/Brenton Geach

  • National Taxi Alliance vs Government
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Taxi drivers wave bottles of beer during a taxi strike in Pretoria on Wednesday. Thousands of commuters were left stranded in various parts of Gauteng as taxi operators embarked on a strike over government's Covid-19 relief fund. Picture: Dean Vivier
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Taxi drivers wave bottles of beer during a taxi strike in Pretoria on Wednesday. Thousands of commuters were left stranded in various parts of Gauteng as taxi operators embarked on a strike over government's Covid-19 relief fund. Picture: Dean Vivier


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