Buses petrol bombed earlier today in Nyanga Cape Town

Golden Arrow Bus Service has condemned the latest attack on its busses in Nyanga this morning. Spokesperson Bronwyn Dyke-Beyer confirmed that four of its busses were set alight at the terminus this morning, reportedly in retaliation to the impounding of taxi’s in the area.

According to Dyke-Beyer, three busses were petrol-bombed on Govan Mbeki and Ems Drive at 9.30am, where no injuries were reported. A fourth bus has since been set alight along Eisleben and Sheffield roads, where the driver has suffered head injuries. The City of Cape Towns Traffic Service says one of its service trucks were also targeted, urging motorist to remain alert. 

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