Taxi Drivers Own Mzansi Roads Look What They Do To Other Drivers - SOUTH AFRICA
South Africa, Gqeberha - it's very obvious that black taxi drivers are holding South Africa randsom on their own roads because the police are too lazy to deal with them. Many videos have gone viral of black taxi drivers doing as they please, terrorising and assaulting other drivers on the road, but it seems police are their best friends because they still have the nerve to continue their wicked ways. This comes as another video has gone viral, of a black tax driver in Gqeberha reversing straight into a white drivers vehicle, as he tries to reverse and get out the way on the freeway. This happened after he was over taken on the road in the video. The incident allegedly happened in Sydenham Road PE Gqeberha. The white drivers vehicle was completely destroyed. In the video to black men can be seen approaching the white driver from the front after they destroyed he's car and then the recording cuts out. It is not exactly clear what happened afterwords, but it seems the taxi drove away leaving the man with the damages.
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