[VIDEO] Truck set alight by protestors on Potsdam Road, Cape Town

A video was posted on social media over the weekend showing a truck set alight in Potsdam Road, Dunoon near Milnerton.

Police confirm that the protest was a response to evictions by the City of Cape Town's Law Enforcement Unit in Dunoon on Saturday.

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