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gavel thumb100 TimesLIVE reports that Clicks has attained a court order preventing the EFF and its members from disrupting its operations.  The order follows damage to some of the retailer’s stores by EFF members unhappy about a hair product advertisement that they deemed as demeaning to black people.  

Clicks reported on Monday that protests by the EFF had happened at 37 stores across KwaZulu-Natal, Gauteng and the Western Cape.  Seven stores were damaged.  The High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday issued an order in which it interdicted the EFF and those acting on its instructions from intimidating and threatening the employees of Clicks or any of its operations.  It also interdicted and restrained the EFF and its members from intimidating and threatening Clicks customers visiting its shops.  The order further interdicted the party from inciting violence against the ordinary commercial operations of Clicks.

  • Read the full original of the report in the above regard by Ernest Mabuza at TimesLIVE
  • Read too, Five arrested for destruction at Clicks in Alberton, at TimesLIVE
  • And also, Seven Clicks stores damaged as EFF protests against inflammatory advert, at BusinessLive

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