Social media users find humour in Jozi’s stressful congested traffic

Social media users find humour in Jozi’s stressful congested traffic

South Africans on social media were shocked by photos of congested traffic in Smit and Twist street in Joubertpark in Johannesburg. The road was chaos for motorists before law enforcement arrived on the scene.

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Social media users could almost feel the anxiety of driving in the messy traffic from behind the computer screens and managed to find humour in the situation. Many South Africans managed to find the brightside in the situation and shared their experiences driving in peak traffic in the busy province.

One Facebook user remarked that she learnt to drive on those roads and exclaimed that she must have been brave facing the never-ending rows of cars and impatient drivers, Briefly.co.za found.

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Social media users find humour in Jozi’s stressful congested traffic

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Source: Facebook

In contrast, ‘’Radikal Maestro’ didn’t feel so courageous tackling traffic and had Mzansi in stitches with his hilarious comment about he feels in packed roads. “I once experienced this kind of congestion in Bree Street, I was sweating right down my ass,” he wrote.

“It was bad, meeting someone in New Town I took the wrong route and it was after 5pm. Putco on my tail, 1 taxi from parking & 1 from right lane both trying to cut me off at the same time without even looking at me, it was like I wasn't even there & I was driving an SUV, I nearly pissed my pants!

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Precious Tungata shared how she left the sleepy streets of Port Elizabeth for the big city and realised driving in Johannesburg is a different game altogether.

“I'd just moved to JHB from PE and ended up in CBD while on my way to 100 Main for training. How I got there is beyond God's grace,” she recalled.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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