TAXI WOES

Fiji Sun - - NATION -

Chats with taxi driv­ers in our towns and cities are of­ten in­ter­est­ing. In the cap­i­tal, taxi driv­ers are com­plain­ing about how things are tough - and to make things worse, they are be­ing hounded by coun­cil work­ers who warn them if they park at park­ing me­tre spots, they must pay or will cop a fine. One taxi driver lamented “Areh… brother, these fal­lahs still get­ting full pay and they come for us gang. We have to pay our base fee, our con­tract. We are lucky if we have a wage, but no we are strug­gling.”

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