Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Police disperse a group of Khayelitsha residents who blocked the entrance to the Civic Centre in Cape Town. Residents say many streets are covered by faeces-filled water because the City of Cape Town has not been servicing their clogged drains. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER
Western Cape High Court personnel answer the call by President Cyril Ramaphosa by doing the Jerusalema dance ahead of Heritage Day on Thursday. Picture: ESA ALEXANDER

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