Pretoria - Not in our name is the message taxi operators are sending as they embark on a convoy on Tuesday morning from the Tshwane CBD.
This after a recent spate of xenophobic attacks and looting of various shops coupled with the murders of women and children.
On the receiving end of the blame of the attacks and looting were mostly taxi drivers who had undertaken to rid the CBD drug and crime hotbeds of drug dealers.
Tshwane South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) spokesperson MacDonald Malaya said the motorcade is a peaceful to simply clear their name.
"In the past two weeks we had a lot of incidents of looting and xenophobia."