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Zille planning more talks with Hermanus community members

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille was pelted with stones while trying to address angry protesters on Friday night.

FILE: Western Cape Premier Helen Zille. Picture: Christa Eybers/EWN.

CAPE TOWN - Police say they will continue monitoring the situation in Zwelihle, in Hermanus following on-going violent protests.

Western Cape Premier Helen Zille was pelted with stones while trying to address angry protesters on Friday night.

Residents damaged some of the municipal property during their protest.

Nineteen people who were arrested for public violence appeared in court on Friday.

Zille says they are working on having more talks with the community.

“We know that communication has been very difficult and, in many cases, non-existent in the past couple of very difficult days.”

(Edited by Zamangwane Shange)

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