Taxi drivers are more than just insults

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Nkazimulo Khumalo from Ivory Park in Tembisa paid for his bachelor of education degree with Unisa by working hard as a taxi driver. Picture: Antonio Muchave / Sowetan
Nkazimulo Khumalo from Ivory Park in Tembisa paid for his bachelor of education degree with Unisa by working hard as a taxi driver. Picture: Antonio Muchave / Sowetan

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Apart from their rudeness, cockiness and derogatory remarks aimed at their passengers, what more can one say about taxi drivers?

They are called all sorts of derogatory names, but most of our brothers (and sisters) who drive taxis are hard-working individuals trying to make an honest living.

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