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Picture: David Ritchie/ANA Pictures
Picture: David Ritchie/ANA Pictures
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Cape Town - Residents of Phumlani Village in Grassy Park, angry about a range of service delivery issues, took their grievances to the street. 

Armed with stones and pangas, the protesters burned tires and stoned passing motorists, vented their frustration for hours - causing road closures and traffic delays. 

Police used stun grenades to disperse the angry crowd after they clashed with law enforcement officials and other residents.

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