VEREENIGING - 90.6FM reported earlier that Gauteng Premier, Panyaza Lesufi, handed over the Vereeniging taxi rank project to Gautrain, yesterday. During the visit Lesufi got a first-hand taste of some of the issues the community experiences when he tried to jump over a pool of dirty water and landed on his backside. A bystander told Sedibeng Ster they see people fall everyday trying to jump this waterlogged temporary rank and the new Premier falling should make him realize that his interventions should be quicker. He added that a better taxi rank is needed. The dilapidated conditions are a direct result of the initial R64 million rand taxi rank project failing to materialize in 2015.