Five days into the month March, and already it has been titled the accident month. Various celebrities such as the like of Zola 7, and now another one which involved Mzansi' favourite radio presenter happened- and left most South Africans shook.
"We do not know what happened, the driver just came out of nowhere and cut us off. We understand that taxi drivers are in a rush to get the commuters where they need to be but what happened was uncalled for, and it needs serious reprimanding. I don't exactly remember what happened because everything happened so fast. i was on my way to the Gym and this taxi driver just flew right in front of us, and the car swerved so much that it almost went off the road" said the radio presenter during her show.
This incident together with that of Zola 7 have made people if maybe they could perhaps do something that will ensure that the roads are safer. Maybe perhaps sign a petition to have the government make it impossible for anyone who is unfit to obtain a driver's license.
The radio presenter is fine but often gets panic attacks because she feels like the way things are in Mzansi; its impossible to be safe on the streets because you might be as safe as possible, only for someone to come out of nowhere and cause problems for you.
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