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Gallery: DA’s jobs march mayhem

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  1. ANC supporter holding a brick with DA writing on it outside ANC headquarters, Luthuli House in preparation of the DA who were marching there. Photo: Dumisani Dube
  2. A recycler cleans up at the ANC headquarters, Luthuli House. Photo: Motshwari Mofokeng
  3. An ANC supporter runs straight for a DA line of marchers with a hammer. Photo: Antoine de Ras
  4. DA leader Helen Zille talks to supporters during a DA march towards Luthuli House. The march was disrupted by ANC supporters resulting in police intervention. Photo: Chris Collingridge
  5. ANC supporters gathered outside the ANC headquarters, Luthuli House ahead of the DA's march for "real jobs". Photo: Antoine de Ras
  6. Helen Zille starts the DA's march for "real jobs". Photo: Chris Collingridge
  7. The DA's march was disrupted by ANC supporters resulting in police intervention. Photo: Chris Collingridge
  8. Members of the ANC tear apart a DA T-shirt outside Luthuli House as they wait for the DA to come deliver a memorandum. Photo: Bongiwe Mchunu
  9. DA supporters arrive at Westgate transport hub ahead of the march for "real jobs". Photo: Itumeleng English
  10. A police officer tries to control ANC supporters as they attempt to confront members of the opposition Democratic Alliance party marching in Johannesburg. Photo: Mujahid Safodien
  11. ANC supporters  some of whom were armed with sticks, knobkieries and sjamboks  intimidated the DA members and pelted them with bricks and rocks. Photo: Antoine de Ras
  12. The DAs jobs march may have been a bid to join the global trend of the middle class taking to the streets, says Peter Fabricius. File photo: Chris Collingridge
  13. DA leader Helen Zille was quickly removed from a truck during the march as ANC supporters stormed DA followers in Johannesburg. Photo: Matthews Baloyi
  14. Democratic Alliance members march near the headquarters of the African National Congress. Photo: AP Photo

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