ANC Women's League (ANCWL) president Bathabile Dlamini refused to speak to News24 at the #SandtonShutdown protest against gender-based violence outside the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) on Friday.This comes after Dlamini saw a report from the publication describing how she was heckled and chased away after she - together with the ANCWL - showed up to the protest in party regalia.READ | 'I hear you loudly and clearly', JSE CEO tells heckling #SandtonShutdown protesters #SandtonShutdown : ANCWL President Bathabile Dlamini refuses to speak to @News24 after she saw a report that she had been heckled at the march @TeamNews24 . pic.twitter.com/F6dhwNZK0s— Canny Maphanga (@CannyMaphanga) September 13, 2019Dlamini was initially whisked away as protesters got agitated by her presence, but apparently returned later when they calmed down, according to News24's reporter on the scene.In a video posted on Twitter, Dlamini seems unperturbed by the heckling. A man asks her: "Do you feel welcome by the protesters here?" She responds by waving the camera away.WATCH | 'Khwezi! Khwezi!': ANCWL's Bathabile Dlamini heckled at #ShutDownSandton protestProtesters assembled outside the stock exchange in the early hours of Friday in the continued fight against gender-based violence and femicide.The march follows a series of protests under the hashtag #AmINext following the murders of young women in South Africa, including Uyinene Mrwetyana, Leighandre Jegels, Meghan Cremer and Ayakha Jiyane and her three siblings - all acts of gender-based violence.