Taxi industry counts losses as business suffers

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Taxi associations protected malls from being looted, as they realised that the disruptions would also impact their livelihoods. Photo: Sharon Seretlo/Gallo Images
Taxi associations protected malls from being looted, as they realised that the disruptions would also impact their livelihoods. Photo: Sharon Seretlo/Gallo Images

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Santaco spokesperson Thabisho Molelekwa told City Press that KwaZulu-Natal, where the unrest began with the burning of trucks on the N3 highway on Friday in Mooi River, has been hardest hit, followed by Johannesburg in Gauteng.

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