On the way to Khayelitsha, reporter Anders Kelto's path is blocked by angry protesters, portable toilets, and a burning truck. Meanwhile, at COSAT, students debate the role of violent protests in post-apartheid South Africa.
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In Khayelitsha, police are often accused of not doing their job. Citizens say they are forced to take justice into their own hands. Alleged criminals are often put to death by mobs, in full view of children.
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