Members of the tourism and service industry in Cape Town have embarked on another demonstration against the impact of the lockdown regulations on their jobs.
This time, tour bus operators took to the streets in a display of their frustrations.
The convoy of tour buses was however intercepted by the police while staging a drive slow protest.
The buses were headed towards parliament when they were blocked by police vehicles.
A video that was shared on Twitter, shows one of the tour bus operators stating his grievances- saying that they have not received a cent from the tourism relief fund that was promised by the government.
One demonstrator told Radio 786 that they have a permit for two tour buses to park outside Parliament.
Where they will then hand over their memorandum of demands to a government official.
Cape Town Tourism operators was blocked by police to go past parliament as they stage a drive slow protest over #lockdown regulations @TimesLIVE @CapeTownTourism @Tourism_Update pic.twitter.com/AQA2bcmJdW
— Esa Alexander (@ezaap) July 31, 2020