Police use stun grenade on protesting security workers

By Andy Rice 17 June 2010

About 200 security guards gathered outside the Stallion Security offices in Cape Town, demanding payment for the work they did during the World Cup before they walked out on Monday. Police warned the protesters to disperse, stating that it was an illegal gathering, and fired rubber bullets and a stun grenade when their orders fell on deaf ears. Read more: AFP via M&G


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