Taxi violence in Lusikisiki intensifies

Lusikisiki residents continue to live in fear as taxi violence between Border Alliance Taxi Association’s and Ncedo Taxi Association intensifies.

On Tuesday, learners who were on their way to school were forced to go back home because of the continued shootings. More than three people have lost their lives since the commencement of the violence.

The Deputy Secretary and the Organizer for Business Forum in Port St Johns, Mbongeni Kotana confirmed that businesses were forced to shut down “It is alleged that taxi operators from Ncedo Taxi Association from Lusikisiki went to the rank of Border Alliance Taxi Association and fired shots.

“As I am speaking to you know it is quiet in the Central Business District, but Police Officers from different law enforcements are here now to monitor the situation,” said Kotana.

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