We knew Cape Town would respond if we block the N2 – Khayelitsha protest leader | News24
Three buses and a truck were torched during violent protests in Khayelitsha on Thursday.
- A protest organiser has admitted they knew the City of Cape Town would respond if they blocked the N2.
- Two Grade 12 pupils missed their Mathematics examination following protest action in Khayelitsha.
- Residents say the City has made empty promises regarding the delivery of water, electricity and toilets.
“By affecting the N2, we knew we were affecting the economy.”
These were the words of Khayelitsha protest leader Mabhelandile Twani after the N2 highway to Cape Town was blocked on Thursday.
Three buses and a truck were torched.
Twani, a member of the informal…