Autopax responds to torching of its buses in Tshwane
CapeTalk host Kienno Kammies interviews Autopax acting CEO Bongani Kupe after 19 of its buses were torched during Tshwane unrest.
CAPE TOWN - Autopax bus company has confirmed that at least 19 of its buses were torched during violent protests in Mamelodi, east of Pretoria.
Protests have spread across Tshwane, as tensions over the ANC's mayoral candidate for the country's capital continue.
Autopax acting CEO Bongani Kupe estimates that the damage amounts to nearly R28 million.
For the full interview, listen to the SoundCloud above.
To view a story map on how the Tshwane unrest unfolded, click here.