The van boasts an estimated range of around 120 km and a top speed of 120 km/h.
If you shoot the driver, who’s going to drive the taxi?
Netcare 911 reported at the time that the accident was so horrific that even hardened emergency workers were shocked by it.
Shame, quality control has practically flown out the window, especially for Uber in Gauteng, Cape Town, and Durban.
Stuff a Bells, give those petrol attendants a promotion and a lekker little compensation for saving an entire petrol station from near disaster.
An incident unfolded in Durbanville on Tuesday where a gun-wielding Cape Town taxi driver allegedly smashed the car windows of a motorist.
The City of Cape Town’s new traffic by-laws have now been implemented, allowing officers to impound vehicles for a number of updated reasons.
Thank goodness the bus and minibus taxi driving along the streets of Johannesburg yesterday didn’t have passengers inside.
A taxi strike in Cape Town caused major backlogs on the N2, and there are also reports of buses being set alight and some vehicles being stoned.
The footage shows two taxis going at full throttle through an intersection in the Jozi CBD before they collide, veer off to the side, and crash into a building.
In amongst the videos of chaos at the central Cape Town terminal, and gunfire in Langa, it’s easy to lose sight of the root cause of what we are witnessing.
Since the start of the year, at least 82 people have been murdered in Western Cape taxi violence, and the past week has seen things worsen.
A violent collision between a truck and a minibus taxi left five people dead and others critically injured.
A taxi strike is underway in Gauteng, as the National Taxi Alliance (NTA) protests outstanding COVID-19 relief fund payments.
A taxi driver in Harrismith, in the Free State, has been arrested after he packed his vehicle far beyond the legal capacity.
You may think that a 14-seater means 14 children in the car, but this taxi driver was clearly not thinking along those lines.
South Africans often moan about taxi drivers operating with impunity on our roads, but sometimes they are held accountable for their actions.
A motorist and a taxi driver were involved in an ugly altercation on William Nicol Drive in Fourways on Wednesday, July 3.
Law-abiding road users and taxis are never going to see eye to eye, but of late some disturbing videos are emerging on social media.
In case you didn’t know, we’re set for another significant fuel price hike in around two weeks. Maybe these guys are onto something?
South Africans seem to suffer from a fair amount of road rage. Last Thursday, tensions boiled over in Fourways, with fists flying amidst nasty scenes.
A video has captured the moment that a pedestrian was mowed down by a minibus taxi, driving on the wrong side of the road in Johannesburg.
Well, that’s a little awkward. A metro officer got the fright of his life when he stopped a Jozi taxi and discovered the DA leader chilling inside.
Every South African is used to seeing videos of taxis breaking the rules of the road, but it looks like this driver doesn’t have a leg to stand on.
Recycling trolleys can be seen across areas like the Cape Town CBD and Woodstock, although up in Jozi it looks like they’ve been soup-ed up or something.
South Africa’s roads are notorious for being safety hazards, and here are two prime examples of what can go wrong on just about any day.
We know that taxis ferry thousands of people around the Mother City every day, but now we finally have a map that shows exactly how they do it.
Eish, taxi drivers are the epitome of disrespecting the law of the road. Here’s which South African city has the worst of them.