Capetonians Protest Covid-19 Lockdown

Dozens of Capetonians have flocked to various beaches across the city on Saturday in protest against the beach ban and current lockdown restrictions.

Demonstators from Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and Blouberg thronged to the beach to call for the reopening of beaches and other public places.

No arrest had been made as at 2pm on Saturday.

One of the beach protest organisers Clay Wilson said, “I’m hoping that we get people to feel like they have a voice. There are a lot of upset people out there and we hope this helps to appease that.”

Wilson added that the protests will reach four major beachfronts – Blouberg, Camps Bay, Muizenberg and Plettenberg Bay.

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