Motorist are urged to avoid the R82 Eikenhof, there is a violent protest in progress.
By Thee_Hub | self meida writer
Published 11 days ago - 0 views
Motorists are urged to avoid the R82 Eikenhof, there is a protest in action and vehicles are being stoned...the tyre barricades on fire. Protesters are always doing such things because they do not get punished for their actions, their protest must not have anything to do with innocent motorists they must just protest without touching anyone who's not part of their protests.
You cannot force other people to be part of what they do not want to be because at the end of the day when if they participate what the government wants the government gets and does so either way it becomes pointless, how many times have people been protesting in vandalising streets but nothing was happening to change and at the end of the day they are the ones who cry in start saying they don’t have proper infrastructure and when the infrastructure is no longer when they are things like floods it affects them.
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