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Government is failing or unwilling to solve taxi violence

Mr Bongani MsomiUDM Secretary General Statement by Mr Bongani Msomi, UDM Secretary General The United Democratic Movement (UDM) condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the continued violence in the taxi industry. The killing of eleven taxi operators at the weekend is senseless and not long ago, many lives were lost in Mthatha in taxi violence. It cannot be business as usual while our people are suffering. The country is in crisis, as far [...]

2018-07-26T08:58:37+02:00July 24th, 2018|2018 Archive, Bongani Msomi, Civil Disobedience, Home, Transport|Comments Off on Government is failing or unwilling to solve taxi violence

UDM condemns taxi violence in the Western Cape

Statement issued by Bongani Msomi – UDM Secretary General The United Democratic Movement (UDM) condemns the violent attacks on buses, bus drivers and commuters by striking taxi drivers/owners in the Western Cape. Already, there are innocent people that have been injured after buses were pelted with stones and some buses were even torched. This disaster is hot on the heels of the Uber and metered taxi violence in Sandton last week. It cannot be that, [...]

2017-09-18T14:13:16+02:00September 18th, 2017|2017 Archive, Archives, Home, Issues, Media statements: UDM|Comments Off on UDM condemns taxi violence in the Western Cape

UDM condemns taxi violence in KZN

Statement issued by Bongani Msomi - UDM Secretary General The United Democratic Movement (UDM) is saddened by the on-going taxi wars that continue to take innocent lives in KwaZulu Natal. The wars have been going on for some time and nothing effective has been done to stop them. Innocent people are being killed. Taxi operators, taxi associations and security agencies must find ways to resolve these problems of routes. The situation is not acceptable. The [...]

2017-05-23T13:37:49+02:00May 23rd, 2017|Archives, Home, Issues, Media statements: UDM|Comments Off on UDM condemns taxi violence in KZN