- Thuli Phongolo has weighed in on the ongoing taxi violence in the Western Cape that has claimed the lives of scores of taxi operators
- The former Generations: The Legacy star called for peace and wants an independent mediator to solve the issues of the taxi associations involved
- The stunner's fans took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her bold statement
Thuli Phongolo has weighed in on the ongoing taxi violence in the Western Cape. The former Generations: The Legacy actress took to social media on Wednesday, 21 July to share her thoughts on the deadly battle over routes that has seen many people lose their lives.
The stunner, who is also a club DJ, believes that the taxi associations involved need an independent mediator to solve their issues instead of killing each other.
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"The taxi associates need an independent mediator that determines the strategy of rotating routes accordingly, yearly or twice a year so it’s fair. People can’t be losing their lives so casually based on such disagreements! It’s been carrying on for years now."
Tweeps took to her comment section to share their thoughts on her post. Check out what they had to say below:
"It ain’t that simple, read the Report of the Commission of Inquiry into the Minibus Taxi-Type Service Violence Fatalities and Instability in the Gauteng Province. It involves many stakeholders not just the taxi operators."
"Taxi Violence has been made a norm by our Government. They let them live how ever they want. It's been years and I swear there's many ways to end it. But not until someone serious steps into those ministerial positions."
"Couldn't agree with you more Thuli. This is not on, really..."
Thuli Phongolo slammed for criticising Zuma's family
In other entertainment news, Briefly News reported that beautiful actress and DJ Thulisile 'Thuli P' Phongolo is the latest celebrity to face the public’s wrath on Twitter. Thuli criticised the Zuma family on the social network before getting serious backlash.
Following the violent protests in KwaZulu-Natal over the arrest of Jacob Zuma, the former president’s family has allegedly been supporting the resistance on social media with encouraging posts.
Thuli P has since gone online to express her disapproval, as reported by ZAlebs. The 27-year-old said the family is ‘out of hand’ and the looting and destruction of property to demand Zuma’s release is unacceptable.
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Source: Briefly News