The only thing that people are seeing is just thunder of war. This comes after more than three taxis were set on fire this evening by other taxi owners. This incident took place in Kwa Zulu natal "Durban road, Gqeberha (Port Elizabeth) taxis set alight" reported Vehicle Trackers.
Last week, it was reported that a 16-year-old girl from Umlazi H section was accidentally shot and killed during taxi driver's shootout, and now it is crystal clear that the war is not over yet in KwaZulu-Natal and commuters are scared for their lives, and they also scared that they might lose their jobs as a result of lack of transport.
Social media users have shared their thoughts on this matter. Twitter users just see the war coming "This is war" said a Twitter user who smells war. "iyhooo...a mini-war is coming..it will start I'm telling you" said another Twitter user who smell war. Many people were saying the police should be deployed with immediate effect before it is too late.
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