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Not such a smooth ride for Uber

Uber wants to make its service so cheap and accessible that users don’t see a point of owning their own vehicles, effectively making Uber their sole means of transportation.

Taxi violence hits Limpopo

Lephalale - Violent clashes between two taxi associations occurred in Marapong, near Lephalale on Thursday, Limpopo police said.

Grabouw groups behind service-delivery protest announce plan

A MEETING between municipal representatives and role players behind last week’s protest in Grabouw has led to an agreement, announced on Monday, on the way forward for the Western Cape town.

Pupils trickle back dust settles

Main Topix: Settlements MEC Bonginkosi Madikizela - Umyezo Wama Apile Primary
SCHOOLS reopened in Grabouw as calm returned after three days of violent protest, but attendance was low and one principal found her office had been burgled.

Taxi Violence in Western Cape

Nyanga and Philippi East Areas were ablaze on Monday, September 1st, when seven Golden Arrow buses were set alight, Golden Arrow spokesperson Bronwen Dyke confirmed.

Schooled in disorder

Main Topix: Annual National Assessments - Vrygrond Taxi Association
I PREDICT A RIOT: A protester bears his behind to the camera during a protest over taxi operating licences in Vrygrond on the Cape Flats yesterday.
MEC gets tough on Grabouw school closures   The Independent on Saturday

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    MEC lays charges against Grabouw protesters

Taxi strike leaves commuters stranded and short of options

A taxi strike has once again left Nyanga residents in Cape Town stranded. But passengers are reluctant to use Golden Arrow buses for fear they'll be attacked.