|Advice for taxi passengers in a national comic (SupaStrikas)|
I have been in a taxi once, when two friends and I went to Menlyn (a shopping center) and paid R5 to get there. What an adventure. Taxis have a different set of road rules that they adhere (or not, as can be seen in this video) to, driving wherever, whenever they want, and passengers use various hand signals to indicate where they want to go. In the Cape people hold out money bills, in Swaziland/Lesotho they held their passports to show they want to go to the border.