[Photos and video] #UniteBehind activists arrested while occupying NPA offices

About 20 #UniteBehind activists have occupied the offices of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) in Cape Town. Th civic movement is united behind seeing President Jacob Zuma unseated.

Activist Zackie Achmat says the NPA wants them physically thrown out but Saps won’t physically remove the activists. . They are prepared to arrest us but not physically attack us, he says.

The activists are wearing masks of NPA head Shaun Abrahams.

8 protesters have been arrested


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