Cosatu march route: Cape Town

Via the Mail and Guardian:

Cape Town Cosatu march, Wednesday 7th March 2012 from 10:30am.

The route for the Cape Town march against labour broking and urban toll roads on 7 March 2012. Cosatu expects up to 30,000 people. Traffic disruption will start during late morning rush-hour, but the crowd should be dispersed by mid-afternoon.

The march will begin in Keizergracht, head across Buitenkant, past the City Hall on Darling Street, left into Adderley Street, left into Longmarket Street and then right into Plein Street and to Parliament and will obviously cause disruption across most of the CBD.

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2 thoughts on “Cosatu march route: Cape Town

  1. Bernd > I read somewhere – perhaps on the M&G site – that labour brokers “who run a system that is worse than slavery and Apartheid” will be welcome on the march if they are against e-tolling.
    It’s also the reason that the DA aren’t joining up with Cosatu.
    They probably should have done two separate marches… 🙂

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