Golden Arrow on Tuesday said more than 40 of its buses have been damaged in violence related to the taxi strike in Cape Town.
The industrial action organised by the South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) entered its second day on Tuesday.
One person has been killed and several more injured in unrest, allegedly perpetrated by striking workers.
Golden Arrow spokesperson Bronwen Dyke said, “Mfuleni and Nyanga continue to be areas of concern and where necessary buses in those areas have been diverted as a precautionary measure. Thus far 42 buses have been stoned and nine minor injuries have been reported.”