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Cape Town (South Africa), Jul 24 (EFE / EPA), (Camera: Nic Bothma).-Hospitality industry workers gathered outside the Parliament in Cape Town to protest against certain lockdown restrictions in the country.During the protest, there were clashes between the police and some protesters.FOOTAGE OF THE PROTEST IN CAPE TOWN.

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