PLETTENBERG BAY NEWS - Motorists have yet again been warned to avoid the N2 between Shell Ultra City and Airport Road following reports of protesters pelting passing vehicles with stones and setting objects alight along the national road.
There are also unconfirmed reports of looting in the area.
This after a peaceful march earlier today involving Kwanokuthula residents who are unhappy about electricity supply issues in Bitou.
It is unclear if the most recent action relates to the electricity march or housing issues.
Several Qolweni residents protested over housing issues last night. This included stone throwing and burning tyres.
Motorists are urged to use Airport Road as an alternative route.
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