It is reported the bus just caught fire out of nowhere and it is still unclear what caused it.Putco buses are moving coffins. The people of KwaNdebele are finished because of Putco.
Do you know how many putco busses are road worthy. Ask Mpumalanga traffic department they will tell you how much busses were taken off road last year. People had to go back home. Some busses are catching fire while standing still.
They are people who are using putco bus. Some busses are like a shack when it's raining water comes inside. It's like there's holes everywhere. Some are not properly wheel aligned. Those busses stuck everywhere everyday. They are dirty dust inside.
Yes we are sure...even the drivers will tell you that some buses don't brake well...but they can't complain cos when you're assigned a certain bus ...that's your bus for that day...
Every time we have a transport issue in our country, I’m reminded that the Minister of Transport would rather entertain Twitter than to actively do something about this mess. Some Putco buses shouldn’t even be on the road.
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