Tshwane protests in photos

Dispute over ANC mayoral candidate

| By
Photo of a man throwing a rock
On Tuesday, fire rages at a shack building at a church property during protests in Tshwane.
Photo of a meeting
Residents of Atteridgeville confront some of the ANC’s Gauteng leadership during a town hall meeting held in an attempt to restore calm to the township of Atteridgeville. Angry residents torched trucks and buses and blocked roads into various Tshwane townships after the naming of Thoko Didiza as the ANC’s Tshwane mayoral candidate. Residents shouted “No Sputla, No vote” in support of current mayor Kgosientso “Sputla” Ramokgopa.
Photo of wreckage
The remains of a burnt out truck can be seen in the streets of Atteridgeville. The protesters set buses and a truck alight in the capital city.
Photo of protests
A fire rages at a shack building at a church property down the road from where current mayor Kgosientso “Sputla” Ramokgopa was addressing disgruntled residents.
Photo of protests
A resident of Atteridgeville attempts to extinguish a fire at a shack.
Photo of protests
A Somali national stands beside his bakkie which was damaged when residents of Atteridgeville looted his spaza shop during protests in the area.
TOPICS:  Politics

Next:  Family in mud house waiting 14 years

Previous:  Colchester residents demand return of land

© 2016 GroundUp. Creative Commons License
This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.

You may republish this article, so long as you credit the authors and GroundUp, and do not change the text. Please include a link back to the original article.