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Government is bowing to these taximen

By unknown | Mar 26, 2009 | COMMENTS [ 0 ]

It's high time our government took charge and protected South Africans against taximen who seem to control the country. We need a decisive transport minister because the current one can't handle them.

Minister Jeff Radebe has tried to explain BRT to taximen, but they are not prepared to cooperate with the government.

Luthuli House is not an arm of the government and people should stop using the ANC to benefit themselves. They must know where to lodge complaints. Taximen do not own commuters and their strike should not affect workers because when we strike taximen are not affected.

Motorists have a right to give friends rides during taxi strikes, but traffic officers treat us unfairly. The government must protect us and BRT must stay.

Ayanda Ngcatshe, Tembisa


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