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Youth climate strikers across the world took to the streets on Friday to mark the Global Day of Climate Action.

While climate change activist Gretha Thunberg led a protest in Sweden, with lockdown social distancing protocols in place, back in South Africa non-profit organisation 350 Africa similarly led youth groups on marches to the Union Buildings in Pretoria, calling for leadership to address the crises of climate change, Covid-19, unemployment and persistent inequality and poverty, among other things.

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