National Shutdown | Ramaphosa says anarchy will not be allowed in SA

President Cyril Ramaphosa. GCIS

JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramahosa says the right to protest is deeply embedded in the country's Constitution but anarchy and disorder will not be allowed in South Africa.

He says those who want to go out and protest they must do so peacefully.

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Ramaphosa says protestors must not intimidate or restrict the rights of other people.

This follows the EFF planned national shutdown scheduled for this coming Monday.

"I wanted to say very clearly, disorder and anarchy will not be allowed. We will not allow those who want to spread anarchy to do what they like here in South Africa," he said.


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