Protesters have warned that construction of the multibillion rand N2 Wild Coast highway will not resume until their demands regarding the project were met.

The R9bn project starts in Port Edward on the KwaZulu-Natal border and ends in East London, in the Eastern Cape. Construction on the highway, which is expected to cut the route by more than three hours, has been stalled since October  following protests by local communities as well another heavily armed group...

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