#ZumaMustGo march to Union Buildings is unlawful, warn police

Pretoria – The Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) on Monday warned drivers in and around the central business district to exercise caution in the wake of an “illegal” protest march by a group calling themselves concerned members of the African National Congress (ANC) who are demanding the ouster of President Jacob Zuma.

“Tshwane Metro Police Department received a formal application from allies of the African National Congress for a national march scheduled for Monday. In respect of this march, the TMPD could not approve the march, as certain requirements of the Regulation of Gatherings Act 205 could not be submitted in due time,” spokesperson Senior Superintendent Isaac Mahamba said
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A group of ANC members plan to shutdown to pressure Zuma to quit

TSHWANE – A group of African National Congress members in Gauteng on Sunday announced a “national shutdown” to cripple Pretoria through demonstrations from Monday in a bid to put pressure on President Jacob Zuma to quit.

This is despite the Tshwane Metro police saying they did not approve its request to demonstrate.
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Rustenburg: Protesters Wants Nigerian Immigrants Deported

Rustenburg was on a knife edge on Friday when protesters shut down Rustenburg, demanding that the Nigerian immigrants should leave

The police used rubber bullets and smoke grenades to disperse a crowd chanting outside the magistrate’s court, this was after they threatened to burn down the court building.

The court was hearing the bail application of 14 Nigerian men accused of public violence, when the threats to torch the court was made. They crowd wanted the court not to grant the men bail but to send them back to Nigeria.
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Three injured in shooting accident at University of Technology in Durban

Three people were injured when a scuffle broke out between security and striking workers of the university of technology in Durban

Three people were injured when a firearm went off during a scuffle between security and striking workers at the strife-torn Durban University of Technology on Wednesday.
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