We are underpaid, work long hours with no rest and are unfairly blamed for road accidents - truck drivers

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Truck collisions and accidents have raised concerns among South Africans.
Truck collisions and accidents have raised concerns among South Africans.
Rosetta Msimango


Truck drivers have complained about how they have had to bear all the blame for road carnage while their employers get off scot-free.

This comes as the country's trucking industry finds itself in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, following truck collisions, which have led to the death of many South Africans in recent months.

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