The war between Taxi associations spiral out of control. A few days ago people were shocked after Somalians started burning taxis in Durban, according to the report, Somalians were fighting with taxi owners; this comes after some taxi drivers attecked some Somalians, and it all got ugly after Somalians retaliated by burning more than 6 taxis.
Now people are just out of words because they thought they have had enough of taxi owners and Somalians and their war in Durban, now the war between Taxi associations begin and this time around it is taking place in Johannesburg "Johannesburg CBD. Details are not clear at the moment. Update: Taxi associations fighting against each other" Reported Sthembiso Mngoma. People have shared their thoughts on social media. Many people were angered by the fact that taxi operators do as they please in this country and police are scared of them "LOL I think taxi operators are the boss of the country" said Nduma. Some people were asking for God to help his people "Our country needs a prayer" said Bongani Zuma.
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