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Day of chaos in De Doorns - PICS

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  1. Hundreds of protesting farmworkers block the N1 highway at De Doorns. Some protesters looted shops, while one business owner in the town, seen carrying a shotgun, tried to keep protesters from looting his shop. Amid the chaos one man collapsed. File photo by Henk Kruger/ ...
  2. Farmers try to repair the damage caused by striking farm workers. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  3. Police escort a boy from a takeaway, where he was caught looting. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  4. At least 15 vineyards were set alight during a protest by farmworkers at De Doorns over wage disputes. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  5. Some protesters looted shops, while one business owner in the town, seen carrying a shotgun, tried to keep protesters from looting his shop. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  6. Some protesters looted shops, while one business owner in the town, seen carrying a shotgun, tried to keep protesters from looting his shop. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  7. A man was injured during protest action in De Doorns. Photo: Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  8. Farm workers walk along the N1 after two farms on either side of the highway was set alight. File photo by Henk Kruger/Cape Argus
  9. Pat Maran said that they will continue their destructive behaviour until their demands are met. Photo: Manqoba Ngidi/Daily Voice
  10. Chaos erupted on the N1 at De Doorns as angry farmworkers clashed with police over wage disputes. Photo: Manqoba Ngidi/Daily Voice
  11. Farmworkers in De Doorns clashed with police. File photo by Manqoba Ngidi/Daily Voice
 

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