The danger in Diepsloot continues as protestors go to the street to protest.
Newslite SA earlier reported the total shutdown in Diepsloot.
This comes after Detective Captain Oupa Matjie, 54, who was shot dead on Friday, January 17 while he and a colleague searched for suspects in a murder and robbery case in Diepsloot, Johannesburg.
The protestors in the area are asking illegal immigrants to leave.
Protestors are also throwing rocks at cars going by:
#Xenophobia :— GPAN (@AfricaRepublic) January 23, 2020
Xenophobic violence against foreign nationals (Africans in South Africa) has erupted today morning in #Diepsloot ,Johannesburg
Angry residents are protesting against foreign nationals in their midst. @MasegoRahlaga reports.
When will this madness end?