Durban Transport buses are blocking traffic on all major arterial routes into Durban today.
According to Rescue Care's Garrith Jamieson buses have blocked the Umgeni Road and Connaught Bridge intersections and the M4 North at Blue Lagoon and the N3 at Spaghetti Junction. Three buses at Spaghetti Junction seem to be blocking traffic into town. There are also reports of blockages on the M4 South at Merewent.
Metro police are present at some of the blockades to try and control and divert traffic.
The reasons for the blockade have yet to be explained. Although there is speculation the blockades are aimed at stopping people joining the marches at in the city today.
Mayoral Parlour communications unit spokesman Mthunzi Gumede said: "We are thin with details, we will be able to assess once police give something."
Meanwhile ANC Youth League supporters were trickling in to the ANC's Durban Regional Office ahead of a march to ABSA where they are demanding the bank 'pay back the money'. It is estimated a crowd of 2000 marchers carrying sticks are being led by ANCYL eThekwini secretary Thinta Cibane.