Two buses have been set alight in in Khayelitsha, at the start of a taxi-driver strike that has left commuters stranded. Two Western Cape taxi associations are involved in a dispute with the provincial arm of the SA National Taxi Council.
Buses Set Alight As Taxi Strike Begins in Cape
allAfrica, 6 August 2018
The South African police have been deployed in various areas in Western Cape "to maintain law and order" during a strike by taxi drivers this morning. Read more »
Two Golden Arrow buses have been set alight in Khayelitsha in Cape Town. This will put extra strain on commuters as some taxi operators are on a ... see more »
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