Nyanga CPF calls on criminals to stop attacks on Golden Arrow buses

Police Forum Secretary Dumisani Kwebe said attacks on buses put passengers’ lives at risk. The forum called for a meeting with local taxi drivers to discuss the issue of permits and licences.

A Golden Arrow bus and another vehicle were set on fire at the Nyango terminus on May 28, 2021. Image: Credit

CAPE TOWN – The Nyango Community Policing Forum has called on criminals to stop attacking Golden Arrow buses because residents of the township are also suffering.

Police Forum Secretary Dumisani Kwebe said attacks on buses put passengers’ lives at risk. “Every time you attack buses, you attack life on buses [too] it will be lost,” he said.

Qwebe said they then called for a meeting with local taxi drivers “so they can discuss their permits and licences”.

The city’s security officials say that in the last 48 hours, the criminal syndicate organized the latest attacks, during which several Golden Arrow buses and cars were set on fire.

Qwebe condemned the violence: “We are devastated by what happened on Thursday and it has had a profound impact on our operations.”

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