Cape Town - Organisers of Monday's huge convoy from Stellenbosch to Cape Town said the protest was not just about farm murders but was for all people who are murdered in the country each year.
Deputy convener of the protest Daniel Briers said: "We saying enough is enough and we are not so much standing against something but we are standing for the normal person."
Briers said that Joubert Conradie was a normal man. "He was a father, a husband to his wife, an employer who had a great relationship with his people and then he was a farmer."
Conradie was shot dead on his farm in Klapmuts, near Stellenbosch, last week, sparking the idea for the protest which saw several similar gatherings around the country on Monday.
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