28 July 2016 - Police fired rubber bullets to disperse protesting EFF supporters, at a charity event near Nelson Mandela Bridge in Johannesburg.
Update: The situation was calm later on Thursday night after chaos erupted on the Nelson Mandela Bridge earlier in the evening.
JOHANNESBURG - Chaos erupted in Johannesburg on Thursday evening when a group of EFF supporters protested at the Nelson Mandela Bridge.
Several business executives are taking part in a charity event at this location.
One person was shot in the eye, as police fired rubber bullets in a bid to disperse the crowd.
Protesters also stoned a vehicle, shattering its windows.
The EFF student command is apparently protesting against high accommodation fees.
The CEO SleepOut is an annual event, designed to help the homeless.
eNCA reporter Theresa Taylor was on the scene - watch her latest video report in the gallery above.
Watch her preview report from earlier in the evening, below: