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Great Wall of Pimville Blocking Main Route

Residents of Pimville building a wall across the street of their busiest route, using thousands and thousands of bricks to raise the wall

Residents of Pimville building a wall across the street of their busiest route, using thousands and thousands of bricks to raise the wall created by angry residents.

It is not known as to whose idea was it to bring hundreds and thousands of bricks, enough to build a house, and block the route preventing taxis that are situated nearby to operate in the area and other motorist from using the route.

For a very long time, residents of Pimville have been without electricity, the President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa, addressed the community and promised electricity during the time of Election Campaigns but post elections situations have not changed and no one has come forth to address the community on the progress.

Angry with no electricity, residents took to the streets to indicate their frustration in closing the road, piling up brinks as many as there are. Witnesses say the wall seems like a replica of the Great Wall of China, even the pattern in which the wall is being piled up is not in a straight line.

Residents are showing determination in making certain the wall keeps going up. Words from councillors or of law enforcement have not been heard or seen around the area as Pimville residents have until now been working on the wall in a peaceful manner with no violence.

This may be an indication to the higher department that people are willing to fight without striking or using any form of violence when they demand for issues, they face need intervention.

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