Anti-xenophobia protestors dispersed
April 8 th, 2015
Durban – Three hundred foreign nationals gathered at Curries Fountain in central Durban on Wednesday morning. They were marching against recent xenophobic attacks. Protestors have applied for permission to march and it was officially accepted, according to Ethekwini Metro police spokesperson Superintendent Eugene Msomi. During the gathering, police annulled the march, explaining that a threat to the group is imminent. Irritated foreigners’ path was blocked by 30 police officers who later fired water cannons and teargas to disperse the crowd.
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