[VIDEOS] Commuters stranded as taxi strike continues
In a bid to force government to reconsider its R1 billion relief fund to the taxi industry, South African National Taxi Council's (Santaco) in Gauteng is going ahead with its planned shutdown on Monday.
The industry is up in arms over the package arguing that operators lost a lot more because of lockdown restrictions.
Thousands of commuters have been left stranded with no way to get to work.
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