#UnrestSA: Vaccination sites reopen, eThekwini allows marches, looters warned of contaminated meat

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Mangosuthu University of Technology students take part in a cleaning up efforts in Durban.
Mangosuthu University of Technology students take part in a cleaning up efforts in Durban.
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While most of Durban this week picked up the pieces of the devastating "failed insurrection" last week, eThekwini Metro has given former President Jacob Zuma's supporters permission to stage protests and motorcades on Thursday and Friday.

Posters flooded social media on Wednesday with logos saying #ReleaseMsholoziNow – one of the posters reads the "Mother of all motorcades", that would include ANC branches, would drive to the ANC's provincial offices on Thursday.

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