Durban protest against taxi fare hike

2012-06-04 14:21


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Durban - Police were keeping watch in Umbumbulu, south of Durban, after about 260 people protested against an increase in taxi fares on Monday.

Lieutenant Colonel Vincent Mdunge said police removed barricades, stones and tyres from the road after a group of people had gathered on the R603 Umbumbulu road around 06:00.

There was no damage to property and no arrests were made.

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