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Taxi drivers embark on violent protests in Cape Town
A group of disgruntled drivers have threatened to bring Montague Gardens to a standstill.
CAPE TOWN – Police reinforcements have been deployed to Joe Slovo, near Montague Gardens amid disruptive taxi protests.
Disgruntled taxi operators have barricaded several roads and torched at least three cars in protest against new MyCiTi routes in the area.
The charred shells of three vehicles dot Democracy and Freedom Way and angry taxi drivers have vowed to shut down all public transport services in protests against the roll out of the MyCiTi Bus Service in the area.
Additional law enforcement and public order police have been called in to monitor the situation.
(Edited by Tamsin Wort)
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