Black Sheep treatment unfair to minibus taxi drivers

2022/06/27 22:49:00

In an ideal world, workers in the taxi sector should enjoy benefits that ensure that the financial well-being of their families is secured, just as other workers have.

BOLOKANG WA LENGANE | In an ideal world, workers in the taxi sector should enjoy benefits that ensure that the financial well-being of their families is secured, just as other workers have.

In an ideal world, workers in the taxi sector should enjoy benefits that ensure that the financial well-being of their families is secured, just as other workers have.

By-27 June 2022 - 11:38The minibus taxi industry is today the most critical pillar of the South African transport sector. The industry is an integral part of the country’s economy. Not only is it the most used and available mode of transport, but it is also the most accessible and affordable for most of the South African population who rely on it for their daily commute.

Without the taxi industry transporting workers, students, job seekers, etc, our economy would grind to a halt. A few times when the industry protested, the economic cost and its impact were massive...This article is free to read if you register or sign in.

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The industry would have to be formalised. Do you think taxi owners want to pay tax? Keep dreaming, this is not an ideal world.

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The industry is an integral part of the country’s economy. Not only is it the most used and available mode of transport, but it is also the most accessible and affordable for most of the South African population who rely on it for their daily commute. Not only is it the most used and available mode of transport, but it is also the most accessible and affordable for most of the South African population who rely on it for their daily commute. Without the taxi industry transporting workers, students, job seekers, etc, our economy would grind to a halt. We are taught ubuntu from a young age, to share with those around you. A few times when the industry protested, the economic cost and its impact were massive. A few times when the industry protested, the economic cost and its impact were massive..

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