Several streets in the Johannesburg CBD will be closed ahead of the Democratic Alliance (DA) march on Wednesday morning.
The party will head to the African National Congress (ANC) headquarters, Luthuli House, in Johannesburg, to protest against rolling blackouts.
The DA has accused the ANC of engineering the country’s energy crisis. The official opposition has also blamed the ANC’s cadre deployment, which it is challenging in court, for the problems at Eskom.
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Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) spokesperson, Xolani Fihla says, “Participants will assemble at Mary Fitzgerald Square in Newtown. They will then march from the square travelling on Lillian Ngoyi and turning right on Harrison Street. They will then gather at the Beyers Naude Square where they will be addressed by the organisations’ leaders. They will then march back to Mary Fitzgerald Square where they are expected to disperse at 1pm in the afternoon.”
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