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North West law enforcement officials disappointed after Ramaphosa address disrupted

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By Thys Khiba – The North West police spokesperson Brigadier Sabata Mokgwabone said law enforcement officials in the province were disappointed with how things happened following the disruption of the May Day rally at the Royal Bafokeng Sport Palace on Sunday afternoon. 

“The Chairperson of the PROVJOINTS, Lieutenant General Sello Kwena, expressed disappointment about the conduct of those behind the disruption and consequent abandonment of the event,” said Mokgwabone. 

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President Cyril Ramaphosa trying to address workers at May Day Rally

President Cyril Ramaphosa was ‘chased away’ from his May Day address by scores of COSATU members in Rustenburg, North West.

At the moment no reports of injuries, loss of lives or damage to property were reported by police officials. 

Police have sent a warning message and confirmed decisive action would be taken against anyone who breaks the law or threatens the safety and security of law abiding citizens in that area.


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