Officials remain watchful as Dunoon residents protest
The protests are linked to an attempt by a group of people to illegally occupy land near the N7.
CAPE TOWN - Authorities are keeping a watchful eye on Dunoon in Cape Town where protests erupted this morning.
The trouble started over the weekend during a land invasion.
Dumani and Potsdam roads in Dunoon are littered with rubble following several days of protests.
Two MyCiTi bus stations have been damaged.
City bosses have put the damage at more than a million rand.
The demonstrations are linked to an attempt by a group of people to illegally occupy land near the N7 highway.