“I have kids and grandchildren at the house. They rely on my grant money. It is food, then electricity, water and everything else. Do you think you can make it on R1,900?”
Dlamini said the protest was not only in the interests of affected residents but the future of their children as well.
“We are not here for our own interests. When we take it to the streets, I want you to remember something: this is not a Facebook moment, this is not a WhatsApp story moment. This is a moment where we make history and free Soweto from the capture of the city.”
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