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Protest Update: No arrests made by police for municipal protest

According to police, no arrests have been made for the municipal protest that has been taking place in town.

The municipal strike in Ladysmith entered its sixth day on Monday (May 14).

The strike saw all main streets in the CBD being blocked off by Alfred Duma Local Municipality workers.

Also read: Protest Update: Roads still blocked by municipal staff in Ladysmith; CBD is a “No Go Area” (Video Included)

Also read: Protest Update: Main roads in Ladysmith now open after municipal protest

Also read: Warning: Chaos erupts in Ladysmith as striking municipal workers block streets and overturn bins

On Monday morning, they overturned rubbish bins and broke glass bottles in the streets.

It is believed that the striking workers are demanding a salary increase.

So far, there have been no reports of workers taking to the streets again, with lots of streets still in a mess.

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