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By: Angie Nkuna
A group of angry community members on Sunday have smashed windows of the two vehicles which were inside the premises of Hosi N’wamitwa.
It’s alleged that this group marched to the homestead of Hosi N’wamitwa demanding to see her. The police were called to the scene and after being told the march was illegal, the crowd dispersed peacefully.
Provincial police spokesperson, Brigadier Motlafela Mojapelo said after few hours, the same community members regrouped and marched towards the same homestead of Hosi N’wamitwa and barricaded the road and started burning tyres and other debris.
“They damaged the gate and smashed windows of two vehicles which were inside the premises. The police reacted by firing rubber bullets and the crowd dispersed. We are investigating the information that one person might have been injured during the commotion. The situation was ultimately brought back to normal,” Mojapelo said.
“Police condemn any form of violence protest and those responsible will be pursued until they are caught”,Mojapelo added.
“The Public order Police members have since been deployed in the area to monitor the situation. The motive behind this violent protest is still unknown and police investigations are continuing”,he concluded.