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Maun Taxi drivers face bleak future.


Thousands of taxi operators in Maun and the North West District have been thrown out of business following government's decision to ban their operations during the current lockdown, which was effected to fight the corona virus pandemic.

Just one week into the lockdown some of the taxi men are complaining of the looming death by hunger as their income has dried up immediately

"It is hard. I am solely dependent on the daily cash I got from the taxi. I made at least P150 a day and with that I bought food for my children daily. The savings went into house rent and now everything looks so bl...

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