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Floyd Shivambu, deputy president of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), gestures during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca SOLA / AFP)

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Floyd Shivambu (L), deputy president of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), gestures during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca SOLA / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (C) addresses his supporters during a picket outside Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (C) addresses his supporters during a picket outside Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (C) stands with some of the party members outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (C) stands outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters chant during a picket outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema (C) chant with some of his supporters during a picket outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters chant during a picket outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Workers are evacuated through a back entrance while Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema leads a picket outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters chant during a picket outside a Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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Workers are evacuated through a back entrance while Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) leader Julius Malema leads a picket outside Clicks Store, a retail-led food and healthcare group which is listed on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE), at the Mall of the North in Polokwane, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Phill Magakoe / AFP)

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An Economic Freedom Fighter supporter gestures during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gesture during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gesture during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gather during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gather while security guards stand at the entrance of the Clicks store during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gather while security guards stand at the entrance of the Clicks store during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters gather while security guards stand at the entrance of the Clicks store during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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An Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporter gestures during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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Private security guards stand near the Clicks store while Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporters (not visible) gather during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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An Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporter stands next to a window of a shop next to Clicks during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)

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An Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) supporter gestures during a picket outside the Clicks store in Sandton, South Africa, on September 7, 2020. - Dozens of South Africa's radical EFF party activists picketed outside stores of a leading retail pharmacy Clicks over a hair advert on its website which described black hair as "dull" and white hair as "normal". The party deemed the adverts racist and demand the pharmacy shuts its shops for five days. (Photo by Luca Sola / AFP)