South Africa - Cape Town - 22 April - 2020 - Alex madikane watches and shouts out of anger and frustration as Law Enforcement officers break more than 50 shacks including his at Empolweni in Makhaza after residents started rebuilding on a piece of land .The residents lost their material after rebuilding on a vacant land this morning . Photograph: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)

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South Africa Cape Town 22 April 2020 Zwezwe residents in Dunoon fetching water from water trucks from the City of Cape Town President Ramaphosa announced yesterday that Municipalities will get millions to provide water and cleaning services. Photographer: Ayanda Ndamane African news agency/ANA

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town – 22 April 2020. Day 27 of the National Lockdown. SAPS and Law Enforcement had their hands full with protesters along the R300 near Mitchells Plain on Wednesday. The trouble started when a large group of people attempted to loot a truck at the R300 Stock Road bridge. The group of people then started stoning police and law enforcement officials. Police responded and fired rubber bullets and stun grenades to disperse the crowd of people who were trying to block the R300 at one point. Picture: Henk Kruger/African News Agency (ANA).

South Africa – Cape Town – 22 April – 2020 – Law Enforcement officers and South African Police services member clear rubble and burning tyres that were burnt by the protesting residents of Empolweni in Makhaza.The residents lost their material after rebuilding on a vacant land this morning,the anti land invasion unit and metro police demolished the shacks. Photograph: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)

South Africa – Pretoria – 22 April 2020 – Grade 11 pupil from Letlhabile Middle School, Surprise Masego, keeps busy by teaching children from Lusaka Informal Settlement: English, Maths and Natural Science during lockdown.
Picture: Thobile Mathonsi/African News Agency (ANA)

South Africa – Cape Town – 22 April – 2020 – Law Enforcement officers break more than 50 shacks at Empolweni in Makhaza after residents sterted rebuilding on a piece of land .The residents lost their material after rebuilding on a vacant land this morning .Photograph: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)

South Africa Cape Town 22 April 2020 Zwezwe residents in Dunoon fetching water from Water trucks from the City of Cape Town President Ramaphosa announced yesterday that Municipalities willl get Millions to provide water and cleaning services Photographer: Ayanda Ndamane African news agency/ANA

South Africa – Cape Town – 22 April – 2020 – Law Enforcement officers break more than 50 shacks at Empolweni in Makhaza after residents sterted rebuilding on a piece of land .The residents lost their material after rebuilding on a vacant land this morning . Photograph: Phando Jikelo/African News Agency(ANA)

South Africa – Durban – 22 April 2020 – Mustafa Mdala is praying at a mosque in Durban
Picture: Doctor Ngcobo/Africna News Agency(ANA)

SOUTH AFRICA – Cape Town – 22 April 2020 – Mfuleni police station closed for 72 hours due a Covid-19 virus case, the station is closed to be disinfected. Picture: Brendan Magaar/African News Agency (ANA)


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