#VulaPresident: Durban artists protest on N3 Highway
Durban artist has decided to make their voice heard by starting a protest on the street.
The artists have blocked off the N3 Highway near the Spaghetti Junction in Durban, demanding that lockdown regulations around concerts be amended.
This is coming after President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the relieving of lockdown to level 2.
According to the celebrities, they want at least 70 percent capacity at live events.
They are currently under Level 2 lockdown, theatres, concerts and live performances are subject to a limitation of 50 people or less but seems the artists wants more.
The hashtag, #VulaPresident is currently trending on Twitter and some of the celebrities had taken to their social media to share some posts and pictures.
Check out some of their posts:
#OperationVula #VulaPresident pic.twitter.com/2HEvsh8xuN
— 21 Years of Dj Tira (@DJTira) September 2, 2020
Durban artists have closed the N3 highway, they demanding that events open #VulaPresident pic.twitter.com/JdDv9jwHlF
— SHIMZA (@Shimza01) September 2, 2020
I wish i was in Durban right now #VulaPresident pic.twitter.com/YzMGHKLS1I
— Nhlaka Shimz (@Nhlaka_Shimz) September 2, 2020
After the police used teargas .. the crowd has decided to stage a sit down #DurbanArtistProtest #VulaPresident pic.twitter.com/qyAf4or6Rj
— Smiso Msomi (@SmisoMsomi16) September 2, 2020
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Vula Baba President Sisebenze Nathi Sidunuse Zodwa Wabantu & Artist @cyrilramaphosa @anc_parliament @ancyl_kzn #vula President
I stand in solidarity with my brothers and sisters who haven’t got paid for what they do in the last 6months… they also have families to feed and support.. sekwanele.. #vulapresident pic.twitter.com/rac1g3kQ4e
— Heazy the Radio Guy (@HeazySA) September 2, 2020
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