Police used pepper spray and tear gas as activists held small flashmob protests in malls and multiple districts across the city.
‘The people are angry here. They were waiting for the bus to come through. Why did it not come?’ asks a resident.
The disruption meant students could not get food in campus cafeterias and had to be given vouchers.
Angry residents say the City of Johannesburg has failed to stop the mushrooming of illegal structures.
With less than four weeks to the March Against Racism, it’s time for anti-racists across the country to get active in bringing together all the campaigns that make the march so crucial. This Wednesday, a day of action against anti-Semitism and the far-right will highlight the chilling rise of the far-right in Europe including actions […]