Still no taxis operating between Hout Bay and CPT following deadly shooting
The situation in Hout Bay is still tense following the killing of four people.
Chairperson of the Hout Bay Community Policing Forum, Anthony Chemaly says a lot of resources are currently deployed in Hout Bay to contain the situation.
He states that there are no minibus taxis operating between Hout Bay and Cape Town.
Eight taxis have been impounded. They were trying to ride the illegal route.Anthony Chemaly, Chairperson - Hout Bay Community Policing Forum
Chemaly says there needs to be a solution to the current transport situation.
The unfortunate thing is that the poorest of the residents are impacted. There is a need for an alternative transport system.Anthony Chemaly, Chairperson - Hout Bay Community Policing Forum
There has been long queues and most people complaining that the cost of the buses is more than taxis.Anthony Chemaly, Chairperson - Hout Bay Community Policing Forum
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