Golden Arrow says three of its buses have been set alight in some parts of Cape Town on Thursday.
The company says buses were torched in Kraaifontein, Nyanga and Mitchell’s Plain.
It’s unclear at this stage whether the attacks are related to the taxi strike currently underway across the City.
Golden Arrow spokesperson, Bronwyn Dyke-Beyer says there were some injuries as well.
“There’re also reports of passenger injuries and all those who were injured are being attended to. Unfortunately, at this stage there’s no additional information, but we will be keeping a very close eye on the scene across Cape Town. We would also like to share with our Nyanga passengers that Nyanga buses are being staged from the Nyanga Police Station ”.
Meanwhile, Cape Town’s Traffic Service says taxis are obstructing the N2 highway just after the Mew Way exit, with traffic coming to a near-standstill on that section of the highway.