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  • New Buses Rattle South African Taxi Drivers

    South Africa's taxis once took on apartheid. Now they have a new foe: a network of futuristic stations and buses
      Enter the Rea Vaya Bus Rapid Transit System (BRT), a network of futuristic stations and buses designed to offer a cleaner and safer alternative to the local taxis.
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