Transport minister Fikile Mbalula is out to prove he means business. A video of him chatting to passengers of a minibus taxi whose driver had just been arrested for allegedly attempting to bribe traffic police has gone viral on Twitter.
Using #FixingTransport, Mbalula tweeted: “DiPassengers nthuseng,” which loosely translates to, “passengers, help me”. He continued: Their driver was arrested bribing traffic officers, now they had these questions for me.
The passengers asked Mbalula to pardon their driver, but he responded: “This man was trying to bribe the police officers, but we got him. We’re arresting him.
The passengers then asked Mbalula how they would get home. “They’re saying there is a taxi on its way to fetch you,” he replied.
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