The streets of the Johannesburg Central Business District (CBD) are currently filled with smoke and they have been turned into a war zone, as the taxi violence continues, multiple quantum taxi minibuses can been seen burning after their were reportedly set alight by feuding taxi rivals.
A video showing fire fighters on the scene trying to distinguish the burning taxis was posted on social media site Twitter, and South Africans are currently responding as things look very bad and the taxi violence show no signs of slowing down...
"There's no hope for this country"
"Is the world coming to an end?"
"Heroes of July unrest are now fighting among themselves...."
"I'm scared people will lose their lives 🙇"
"Yoh this is bad"
"Ppl really don't know taxi industry isn't something even police interfere in. They will come for you. That industry isn't for play."
"They successfully defended "their malls", but they can't defend their source of income, 🤔🤔🤔"
"Where are the police 🚔"
"What police? Do we have any, in this country?"
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