People really don't know taxi industry isn't something even police interfere in. They will come for you. That industry isn't for play.Unemployment rate on the rise.
Von weilegh streets is full of foreigners so it won't affect a single South African.It's not about foreigners or locals its taxi war.
This guys have been fighting since I was born.It's unusual this time they burnt cars,usually they kill each other.
It has nothing to do with unemployment or what!! What I can tell you is that is the old war in taxi industry we all know that. They fight each other and lack respect for one another.
Let's hear from those who were blaming the foreigners that who are they going to blame now. Our country is a chaos.our people are doing as they pleased because no consequences of whatsoever.
Keep on blaming the foreign nationals instead of fixing your country and it's poor law.Gave so much power to these associations but every conflict resort to violence year in year out.
now even the government cannot strip them of these powers. It's a pity, only dictatorship can put this behavior to death at this level.
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