[VIDEO] Cops manhandle female protester at Ramaphosa's Cape Town train launch
President Cyril Ramaphosa and Prasa unveiled two new trial trains at Cape Town station on Tuesday.
Civil society activist group #UniteBehind protested with placards outside Cape Town Station highlight train safety corruption, and infrastructure issues.
EWN reporter Kaylynn Palm captured the events on video. Police can be seen dragging a female member of #UniteBehind after the organsation demanded to speak to President Ramaphosa.
Watch the video below:
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