The demonstrators have repeatedly staged a “dirty war” against authorities.
A group of South Africa’s ANC Youth League left containers of human waste on Monday on the steps of Cape Town provincial legislature in protest of the city’s roll-out of new portable toilets.
The notorious faeces throwers are part of the 180 people who appeared in court last Friday, for staging similar protests in July, South African television, eNCA, reported on Monday.
Six of the protesters delivered their fetid baggage outside the provincial parliament early Monday.
They are protesting the rollout of new portable toilets by the city, and want permanent toilet structures instead.
The group fled the scene before police arrived, and no arrests were made, eNCA said.
Members of the group were freed from jail only a fortnight ago for similar offence.
But no sooner had they walked out the prison gates than two of the group’s ringleaders pledged to return to the streets to fight for better living conditions, according to the television.
“As long as the situation is in that way we will continue fighting,” a community activist Andile Lili, was quoted as saying.
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