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"We Say Enough" marches against South African violence

We Say Enough marches against South African violence
01/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime with a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
02/20
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An eagle-eyed Campus Security officer watches as Siyabonga Njica reads a poem to student marchers and staff gathered to protest against violent crime in South Africa.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
03/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
04/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough".
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
05/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime with a midday assembly called "We Say Enough".
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
06/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
07/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". View up towards Table Mountain.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
08/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
09/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough".
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
10/20
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Thousands of students and academics at the University of Cape Town march in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough".
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
11/20
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Students and academics at the University of Cape Town gather in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". Pictured are academics and the Student Representative Council.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
12/20
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Students and academics at the University of Cape Town (UCT) gather in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough". Max Price, vice-chancellor of UCT addresses the protesters.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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Students and academics at the University of Cape Town gather in protest against violent crime in a midday assembly called "We Say Enough".
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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The vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Max Price, urges students and staff to change attitudes towards violent crime in South Africa.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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The vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Max Price, urged students and staff to change attitudes towards violent crime in South Africa. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
16/20
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Siyabonga Njica reads out an angry defiant poem tackling sexual violence against women and children in South Africa.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
17/20
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Members of the University of Cape Town (UCT) Student Representative Council (SRC) take a stand in protest during the "We Say Enough" gathering. The United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranked South Africa second for assault and murder.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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The vice-chancellor of the University of Cape Town, Max Price, urged students and staff to change attitudes towards violent crime in South Africa.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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An eagle-eyed Campus Security officer watches over University of Cape Town student marchers and staff who have gathered to protest against violent crime in South Africa.
We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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The head of the University of Cape Town (UCT) Student Representative Council (SRC) Lorne Hallendorff addresses academics, staff and students who have gathered in protest against violent crime in South Africa.
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  • We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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  • We Say Enough marches against South African violence
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In Cape Town thousands of protesters marched under the "We Say Enough" banner against violent crime in the country. South Africa has a very high rate of murders, assaults, rapes (adult, child and infant), and other crimes compared to most countries.

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