Law Used to Clamp Down on Protests

Report shows that protestors are unjustly targeted in troubled settlements

Report shows that protestors have been unjustly targeted in troubled settlements such as Thembelihle in the Northern Cape.

Bhayiza Miya, a politically and media savvy leader, has lost six of his teeth and a month of his life to community protests in Thembelihle, where he has been arrested, prosecuted and forcefully warned by police to stay away from big gatherings.

Miya says that they are planning to go back to the streets, where there will be a peaceful march, however “…The police will come. When they arrive in that situation they will do what they normally do: they will start firing on us to get us to disperse.”

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Source: 
Mail and Guardian

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