Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Smokers Unite SA from Port Elizabeth held a peaceful slow drive from William Moffat road to City Hall driving through town voicing their grievances against the on going smoking ban in South Africa. Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald
Heavy police presence at the Swartkops truck stop and major trucking routes as the truckers strike continues through out South Africa. Picture: Picture Eugene Coetzee/The Herald

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