The community of Rabie Ridge, Johannesburg, has gathered once again after violent protests over land occupation yestarday.eNCA's senior reporter Aviwe Mtila has more #eNCA The South African housing and infrastructure fund which is the land owner and been cordoning off the one hundred and twenty-six hectare property.
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A group of people have been dispersed by private security after they invaded a piece of land in Rabie ridge, Midrand.The community protested through the night and burnt tyres as they tried to erect shacks in a privately owned land.A man in an interview with eNCA news mentioned that he was born in 1985 he stays in Tembisa with his siblings and his eight children in a four-room house.
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Rabie Ridge chaos: community protests through the night Since private security fired at land invaders earlier, there is a strong police presence in Rabie Ridge.Throughout the night, residents burned tyres and protested.They attempted to build shacks on private property yesterday.To disperse the crowd, law enforcement and police were called in.
There is rejoicing on social media as South Africans First coordinators have succeeded in rescuing a hijacked building from the grip of foreigners.Victoria, the chairperson of South Africans First political party shared this information on Twitter, noting that the organization is already achieving much success.
Many South Africans on social were distributed by the news that a farm owner shot dead two community members who were protesting.According to the FlyingNewslive Facebook post the community members of Piet Retief took it upon themselves to march on the streets, because it's alleged that farm workers were abused and ill-treated by the farm owners they marched outside the Bampoen farm.
The Gauteng Government is condemning attempted land grabs in Rabi Ridge.Chaos erupted yesterday after police fired stunt grenades to disperse the crowd accused of invading land Illegally.eNCA's reporter Aviwe Mtila has more.#eNCA There seems to be some confusion, residents say that the land is state Owned and they should be allowed to erect homes there.
Rabie Ridge community members have burnt tyres and protested through the night.Yestarday, they they tried to erect shacks on privately owned land.NCA's reporter Aviwe Mtila has more.Community members are scattered everywhere and in every direction, Police and private security have moved in deeper in the land shooting.
'WE ARE TREATED LIKE ANIMALS' These occupants guarantee the Communal Property Association needs to pursue them off the homestead. Photograph by Rapula Mancai. 89 ranch inhabitants in Goo-Mokgatlha in Koffiekraal, North West have been living without water and power for longer than a year. They guarantee this is a route for Communal Property Association (CPA) individuals to pursue them off the ranch. Source: ‘We are treated like animals’ (dailysun.co.za) Local area agent George Molefe (39) said they