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People of all colour encouraged to participate in the Clifton 4th beach protest picnic

The Black People’s National Crisis Committee (BPNCC) has invited people of colour to descend on Clifton’s 4th beach today, to protest against people being told by private security guards to leave the beach because it was “closing” at 8pm.

Fatima Shabodien, who was shuffled off the beach on Monday along with ANC Western Cape provincial secretary Faiez Jacobs and his family, are planning a protest picnic at 5pm tomorrow(today).

BPNCC charperson Chumani Maxwele said: “We are saying that in this day and age no one can be told to leave a public beach because (of) those who feel they own this space. Therefore, we are inviting people of all colour, the residents of Clifton as well to join us as we slaughter a sheep tomorrow (today), braai and enjoy this space.”

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