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Potsdam Road closed near Dunoon due to reports of stone-throwing

28 September 2019 9:33 AM
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Police remain on high alert in Dunoon, Milnerton and the Joe Slovo area following violent protests this week.

Potsdam Road near Dunoon has been closed due to reports of stone-throwing between Killarney Road to Malibongwe on Saturday morning.

A bus has been set alight, leading to several additional road closures in the Joe Slovo area.

It's understood that protesters are also gathering on the corner of Omuramba Road and Freedom Way near Milnerton.

This follows days of violent protests in Dunoon and Joe Slovo spearheaded by disgruntled taxi operators.

RELATED: City councillors working to avert further protest action in Dunoon and surrounds


28 September 2019 9:33 AM
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