MARCH AGAINST COVID-19 VACCINE IN DURBAN CBD
The uMkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA), People’s Revolutionary Movement (PRM), ANC, Land Party and Stop 5G International,anti vaccine group of people marched from King Dinizulu Park to City Hall on Tuesday morning to raise concerns about allegedly untested vaccine given to people and encouraging people to stop taking vaccine.
Parties and movements involved headed to Durban City centre to hand over their memorandum.
The march was monitored by South African Police Service (SAPS) and Durban Metro Police.
Dabulamanzi Dludlu from MKMVA said as the uMkhonto Wesizwe they are against the vaccination.
“Comrades as we are gathered here today, we as uMkhonto Wesizwe we are against the vaccination, we are against the wearing of masks. We are against the mandatory of wearing masks. People are denied access to other places if they are not wearing masks, you cannot buy food if you are not wearing a mask, we are against that,” Dludlu said.
Nhlanhla Buthelezi PRM president encouraged churches to open to their full capacity.
“Today we declare that the closure of the churches is no more, starting from today we are starting defiance campaign, anyone who wants to worship should go and worship the way a person feels and wants in a church. Do not count people who are coming to worship God,” Buthelezi said.
Louise Tholet from Anti Vaccine group of people said she decided to join the march to wake awareness of the danger of vaccines.
“I am here today because I am against the vaccine, the vaccine is not tested, you are the test it is never tested, you are the rats, we are rats they are testing it on us, I am here to make people aware of that. I have got my human rights, and no one is going to put anything in my body,” said Tholet.