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Capetown-140812-Police clashed with Sesikhona supporters who came in numbers to support their leaders Andile Lili and Loyiso Nkohla who were appearing on Bellville Magistrate court-Picture By BHEKI RADEBECape Town 13-08 -14.Violence erupted at Marikana informal settlement when the  anti land invasion people started breaking down shacks- Here two young men get arrested for throwing rocks at the police       Picture Brenton GeachCape Town 13-08 -14.Violence erupted at Marikana informal settlement when the  anti land invasion people started breaking down shacks      Picture Brenton GeachMossel Bay. 140813. A vocal KwaNonqaba residents' meeting was held at their sportsgrounds. Reporter Xolani. Pic COURTNEY AFRICAMossel Bay. 140814. Kwanonqaba, Mossel Bay residents continued with their service delivery protest today. Police had to disperse the crowds stun granades and heavy presence. Reporter Xolani. Pic COURTNEY AFRICAMossel Bay. 140814. Kwanonqaba, Mossel Bay residents continued with their service delivery protest today. Police had to disperse the crowds stun granades and heavy presence. Reporter Xolani. Pic COURTNEY AFRICAMossel Bay. 140814. Kwanonqaba, Mossel Bay residents continued with their service delivery protest today. Police had to disperse the crowds stun granades and heavy presence. Reporter Xolani. Pic COURTNEY AFRICAMossel Bay. 140814. Kwanonqaba, Mossel Bay residents continued with their service delivery protest today. Police had to disperse the crowds stun granades and heavy presence. Reporter Xolani. Pic COURTNEY AFRICA

Mossel Bay and Cape Town were beset with violent protests that caused havoc on major roads and damage to property this week. Police’s specialised Public Order Policing unit were forced to disperse riotous crowds with stun grenades, teargas and with the use of a water canon. Cape Times photographers Bheki Radebe, Brenton Geach and Courtney Africa captured these volatile moments

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