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Mannequins and rails of clothes were sent flying and trampled on by activists as they stormed shops across Johannesburg and demanded the retailer shuts its doors or face "indefinite" action. A spokesman for the Economic Freedom Fighters, a South African revolutionary socialist political party, praised the violence, saying the retailer was "facing the consequences for its racism." (Floyd Shivambu) Innocent shoppers and bystanders were forced to flee as chanting gangs wearing uniforms of the country’s radical opposition party swept through H&M stores across the city - including Africa’s flagship store in the upmarket suburb of Sandton. Floyd Shivambu, spokesman for the Economic Freedom Fighters party, praised the action, saying the retailer was "now facing the consequences for its racism". Earlier this week, H&M was forced to apologize and order a mass withdrawal of stock after publishing an advert depicting a black boy wearing a green hoodie emblazoned with "coolest monkey in the jungle". The mother of the child model told critics of the sweatshirt to "get over it." (AP) Terry Mango, originally from Kenya, is the mother of the five year-old featured in the ad. She defended H&M and told its critics to "get over it", later saying she had suffered online abuse for her comments. After police successfully dispersed the protesters, the EFF's firebrand leader Julius Malema said stores were targeted “because they called our children baboons”. The stores were allegedly targeted because of the sweatshirt, which EFF leader Julius Malema said "called our children baboons." (Floyd Shivambu) The chain decided to close its South African stores in the wake most popular shopping sites of the invasions for “the safety of our staff and customers”. Mr Malema told a rally: “We are teaching them a lesson, we are not going to allow anyone to use the colour of our skin to humiliate us, or to exclude us. “We are black and we are proud. We are black and we are beautiful.
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