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Gauteng Police on guard to monitor protests by EFF

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This is after Clicks was granted an interim interdict by the High Court in Johannesburg so as to halt intimidation and violence incited on Clicks customers and staff


On Wednesday, Gauteng Police made it known that they would be on guard to control and monitor protests by EFF members outside Clicks stores.

Although, the company have said their stores will remain closed for now.

“Police in Gauteng will this morning continue to monitor the situation relating to the protest at a number of Clicks stores across the province to ensure that there are no incidents of violence and destruction of property,” said police spokesperson Brigadier Mathapelo Peters.

This is after Clicks was granted an interim interdict by the High Court in Johannesburg so as to halt intimidation and violence incited on Clicks customers and staff.

The EFF said it would make sure there is no opening of any Clicks store throughout this week.

 

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