Just as quick to seize an opportunity are the transporters. They struck while the iron was hot by setting up a "bakkie association". These drivers transport informal traders and their goods to their point of sale for a fee.
The Faraday Taxi Association also operates from the Market. There exists, however, the perfect "gentleman's agreement" between these associations: bakkies are only allowed to transport a certain number of passengers, while taxis are only allowed to transport a certain amount of goods. In this way, these entrepreneurs do not encroach on each other's areas of interest.