03 July 2015
The Federation of Unions of South Africa has
condemned the violence in Mamelodi which has resulted in a Putco bus driver
shot to death.
Taxi operators have been protesting for two days
now following a contract issued to Autopax to operate in certain routes in the
Fedusa’s Dennis George said violence undermines
both social and industrial peace.
George said, from our side we believe its total
unacceptable in a democratic South African that we have a situation that people
want to use violence to resolve their problems
“We firmly believe that government should act very
strong towards these people.
The situation that is subtracting us is that drivers
have to go every day and work for their families to receive a decent living and
a decent income to provide for their families and for those drivers to be attacked
by taxi owners and by their drivers is something totally unacceptable.” George added.
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