Protesters have blocked a number of roads in Gauteng and the Western Cape.
PRETORIA - As many are protesting against farm murders, a number of roads have been affected in Gauteng and the Western Cape.
In Gauteng, the R59 in Vereeniging is blocked in both directions.
The M61 bridge as well as the R21 and R24 east of Johannesburg, are also affected.
There&39;s also heavy traffic on the N1 near Zambezi Road in Pretoria.
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In the Western Cape, motorists can expect delays on the R44 and R102 near the Old Paarl Road.
Protesters will proceed through the Kraaifontein area and Brackenfell on Voortrekker Road.
They will move along Voortrekker Road to Bellville, Parow, Goodwood, and the Maitland area to the Cape Town CBD.
They&39;ll end at Green Point Park.
Many roads in the CBD will be affected.