Eastern Cape mayor forced to apologise over town barricade plan

Move to stop KZN residents hit by unrest from shopping in Mt Ayliff described as reckless by ANC


An Eastern Cape mayor who took to national TV and vowed to organise a protective human shield cordon around his small town, to prevent KwaZulu-Natal residents coming in to buy essentials in the wake of the chaotic looting in their province, has been forced to apologise...

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