EN PASSANT

The Star Early Edition - - LETTERS - Ken­neth Mo­eng Mok­gatlhe

a planned strike which could have seen many of our ex­ploited work­ers be­ing fired or pe­nalised.

We should aban­don this cul­ture of an­ar­chism and open a de­bate.

When there are such demon­stra­tions, ma­jor ca­su­al­ties are ex­pe­ri­enced mainly by the work­ing class such as se­cu­rity guards, clean­ers and truck driv­ers; in short, those who are do­ing petty jobs.

This doesn’t solve the mat­ter but it is a move in the right di­rec­tion.

We en­cour­age dis­cus­sions to go on un­til an am­i­ca­ble so­lu­tion is reached.

The taxi in­dus­try de­serves more re­spect and recog­ni­tion

The taxi in­dus­try should be taken se­ri­ously as it con­trib­utes a mas­sive amount to the gross do­mes­tic prod­uct.

It is a widely known fact that taxis trans­port mil­lions of South Africans from their homes to work daily.

The in­dus­try de­serves more re­spect and recog­ni­tion than what it re­ceived in the past. PAC spokesper­son OVER the years, we black peo­ple have failed to es­tab­lish busi­nesses, es­pe­cially su­per­mar­ket own­ers, and that has led to un­rest by peo­ple de­mand­ing the own­ers of

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