Johannesburg - A small group of bare-breasted girls have gathered at the Pieter Roos Park in Parktown for a protest march against media giants Google and Facebook.
The girls will march to the Beyers Naude Square in the CBD.
Organiser Lwazi Dlamini from TV Yabantu said Google and Facebook have been discriminating against the girls by deleting their pictures of themselves wearing traditional regalia that shows their breasts.
"This is woman abuse. The girls cannot post pictures of themselves wearing traditional regalia because they will be deleted."
"Why is that happening because these girls are showing that they are proud of their culture," Dlamini said.