- A video shared on social has sparked strong reactions among social media users
- It shows a taxi protest happening in the streets of the Cape
- Many social media users expressed their exhaustion at the frequent strikes
A video of a taxi protest in Dunoon, Cape Town has been shared on social media. It shows debris burning in the streets. Many social media users reacted with exasperation as they are tired of all the strikes frequently occurring in the country.
The video was shared by Yusuf Abramjee on his Twitter page. It now has over 6 000 views. Twitter Phutazer said:
"It's never peaceful in SA yooo so exhausting."
"Would be nice to read good news once in awhile"
"Here's the advice Chief... Don't mess with taxi drivers, they own these streets."
While Dee_ai89 said:
"Ai... They couldn't just wait till Harry and Meghan left Cape Town? Now what must they think of the beloved and well run City of Cape Town?"
"Every day protest GOD WHY?"
Briefly.co.za previously reported that a taxi driver enforced strict rules for anyone who wants to sit in his front seat: No social media or the use of earphones. Mzansi social media users were left both puzzled and amused by the strange instruction.
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