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March 10, 2014
Minibus taxi driver Zakes Hadebe counts fares after making his first run of the day ferrying passengers...
Soweto, South Africa
Minibus taxi driver Zakes Hadebe counts fares after making his first run of the day ferrying passengers...
Minibus taxi driver Zakes Hadebe counts fares after making his first run of the day ferrying passengers from Soweto township to central Johannesburg February 21, 2014. South Africa's minibus taxi industry, scorned by other motorists for reckless driving and dogged by a reputation for violence, moves 15 million people every day, most of them lower income blacks. More like buses than the taxis of New York or London, the rumbling 16-seaters are the wheels of Africa's largest economy. Picture taken February 21. To match story SAFRICA-TAXIS/ REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (SOUTH AFRICA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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