Deathtrap taxis head for the scrapyard

Nevin, Tom
July 2005
African Business;Jul2005, Issue 311, p48
Focuses on the decision of the department of transport in South Africa to replace minibus taxis with safer buses. Reason behind the move; Opposition expressed by transport organisations to the decision; History of public transportation system in the republic. INSET: London cabs add a twist.


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