Western Cape Commuters Fear Pay Cuts and Job Loss Following Ongoing Taxi Strike | News 24
Golden Arrow buses stopped alongside the N2 to transport workers who stood in long lines in the pouring rain amid the violence of the taxis. (Photo by Gallo Images / Brenton Geach)
- Travelers to Cape Town worry that they will have their pay cut and even lose their jobs after missing several days of work.
- A war between two taxi associations dating back to 2018 has sown fear in the city.
- Golden Arrow Bus Service said it was willing to use all its resources to serve travelers.
Western Cape commuters have raised concerns about pay cuts and threats of potential job losses after missing several days of work due to the lack of public transportation caused by the taxi running …