Kidrogen chief executive Andile Peter said that based on the evidence they had, they would take “drastic measures” against all employees who participated in the strike.
“These measures will be based on investigation. Anyone found guilty will be fired,” Peter said.
He added that they would hire a private security company, and that they would make sure that their services resumed for commuters. He said the company had lost R10million due to the unprotected “wildcat” strike.
“We are not going to watch our company collapse like that. We will protect this company,” Peter said. “We pay our drivers very well, that is why they have quality cars and are able to open accounts. We do not know what they want now.”