PORT ELIZABETH - Khoisan activists in the Eastern Cape on Monday entered an animal cage and said they intend on sleeping in it for the next 11 days -- protesting against what they believe was animal cruelty taking place at the East London Zoo.
The group is known for its unconventional ways of protesting.
In 2017, they protested outside the Union Buildings in Pretoria on a hunger strike for three weeks demanding government to recognise Khoisan as the first nation of South Africa -- they wanted their language to be made official and the land claims of 1913 as well as the Coloured identity to be scrapped....
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