Strike affects Rea Vaya service in Joburg

Johannesburg - An illegal strike by Rea Vaya bus drivers disrupted services on Tuesday, the City of Johannesburg said.

"Buses servicing the T1 route along Soweto Highway and feeders from Naledi, Protea Glen, Jabavu, Mofolo and Eldorado Park are amongst the services affected," spokesperson Benny Makgoga said in a statement.

"The City of Johannesburg apologises to its passengers and will provide updates on the situation."

There was no detail provided on the strike.
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