- — IG: WitsVuvuzela (@WitsVuvuzela)Tue, Oct 11 2016 10:27:58READ UP: On the Puma Store Braamfontein break in. http://witsvuvuzela.com/2016/10/11/braamies-loot-puma-store/ …
- — Nobathembu Zantsi (@nobateshzantsi)Tue, Oct 11 2016 13:06:55"We are here to say students should not allow this good cause to be hijacked by criminals" Herman Mashaba @WitsVuvuzela.
- — Nobathembu Zantsi (@nobateshzantsi)Tue, Oct 11 2016 13:04:47Mayor of Johannesburg Herman Mashaba going around Braamfontein to view the damage from yesterday @WitsVuvuzela.
- — Nobathembu Zantsi (@nobateshzantsi)Mon, Oct 10 2016 16:46:18A group of people who joined the protesting students in Braamfontein broke into PUMA Store and stole some belongings@@WitsVuvuzela
Week 4 of FMF, Braamfontein a no go area
FMF protest spilled to Braamfotein on Monday, 10 October which led to the break in at Puma Store. Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba visited business owners to assure them that they would work with police to ensure that Braamfontein remains a safe place for students and business owners.
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