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Kubulawe usomatekisi waseNanda

No Obulewe4 ISALE injena imoto ebihamba uMnuz Falakhe Maphumulo obengusomatekisi waseNanda odutshulwe wafa kuyona emgwaqweni uM25 izolo ekuseni.

Santaco rolls out safety campaign

Kwazulu Natal:In an effort to change the image of taxi operators as bad drivers, Santaco KwaZulu-Natal has rolled out its safety campaign that allows commuters to report bad driving.

New ally in rhino war

MEC Social Development Wesiwe Thusi 2 MEC for Social Development Weziwe Thusi commends the Zululand taxi industry for supporting the fight against rhino poaching.

Eersterus taxi meet turns violent

Minibus Taxi Taxis Pretoria - Two people were injured when chaos erupted during a meeting of taxi drivers in Eersterus, east of Pretoria on Wednesday, Gauteng police said.

Two injured at Eersterus taxi meeting

Pretoria: Two people were injured when chaos erupted during a meeting of taxi drivers in Eersterus, east of Pretoria on Wednesday, Gauteng police said.Captain Johannes Maheso said taxi drivers held a meeting with senior taxi association officials to voice their unhappiness with certain issues relating to the running of taxis."The...

A Wider Angle: This earth is all we have

Taxi industry supports anti-rhino poaching efforts writes DR BANDILE MKHIZE. This planet is all we have and somehow people seem to forget that.

Revenge won't help, mourners told

IOL  NT LINDOKUHLECOFFIN Durban - A sombre but tense mood prevailed at the funeral service of five of the victims of a taxi feud killing in eZakheni, Ladysmith on Saturday amid fears of further revenge attacks.

Fireworks as e-toll protesters lash out

Main Topix: SA National Roads Agency Limited - Congress Of SA Trade Unions
Protesters lash out at Sanral over e-tolls in Pretoria on 18 October 2014. JOHANNESBURG - Protesters burnt their unpaid e-toll bills on top of an empty coffin while singing the national anthem outside Sanral's offices in Pretoria on Saturday.

Cosatu, Outa plan mass protest

Main Topix: South Africa - West Rand
Police Keep A Watchful Eye On A Handful Of Protesters Outside Cosatu Headquarters In Johannesburg On Friday, 24 May 2013 After The March Against E Tolls Was Cancelled. Picture: Sapa. Cosatu & Outa have announced plans for a mass protest on Saturday against e-tolls.