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Protest will still continue at Clicks stores despite interdict EFF - Protest will still continue at Clicks stores despite interdict- EFF


Protest will still continue at Clicks stores despite interdict- EFF

clicks protest - Protest will still continue at Clicks stores despite interdict- EFFRegardless of courtroom orders on Tuesday morning to towards these intimidating Clicks following racial advert, the EFF disclosed that protest actions at Clicks retailer will proceed.

Nevertheless, the EFF mentioned their protests throughout all Clicks shops had been peaceable.

“Primarily Clicks has misplaced in its try and interdict the protest motion of the EFF because the interdict issued by the courtroom doesn’t communicate to the protests being undertaken by the EFF throughout the nation.”

The occasion additionally admonished legislation enforcement officers to get acquainted with the courtroom order in order to not infringe on its constitutional proper to exhibit.

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“We’ll proceed to protest throughout all Clicks shops till September 11.”

“That is to make sure that Clicks, which values earnings over the dignity of black individuals on this nation feels the results of undermining the id of black individuals, and presenting whiteness as the usual for magnificence.”

EFF deputy president Floyd Shivambu, who was additionally protesting exterior the Clicks Sandton retailer insisted that nothing will cease the protest.

He disclosed that the protest is to make sure no enterprise transaction takes place in Clicks shops.

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“We’re protesting in all Clicks shops. We’ve not intimidated anybody. We’ve not intimidated workers members. We’ve not intimidated shoppers”

“The courtroom order is interdicting issues we aren’t doing. The protest just isn’t prohibited. It’s not interdicted.”

“The protest continues within the method it’s. We’ve bought the constitutional proper to protest towards racism,” Shivambu mentioned.

“We’re not going to interrupt anybody. We’re not going to assault anybody. We’re not going to do something illegal. We’ve a constitutional proper to protest anyplace we wish to protest in SA.”

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