A march of motorcyclists against farm attacks and violence, supported by other groups of activists, received a fiery reception from the police in Cape Town on Saturday morning.
Motorcyclists in the Western Cape, as in the rest of the country, undertook rides on Saturday to show their dissatisfaction with farm murders and racism.
The riders planned to gather at the parliament in Cape Town.
Moments later, police opened fire on the people with smoke and stun grenades.
SA Updates reported earlier that a police officer in Cape Town drew a firearm at a protester.
Debbie Els from The Stop Farm Murder movement posted videos on the movement’s group of protesters being arrested by the police.
According to information from SAPS, 14 people were arrested.
Paul Santo of a group named Move One Million movement broadcast the events in Cape Town live on Facebook.