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Gauteng Premier, David Makhura, appointed Justice Jeremiah Buti Shongwe to head the Commission of Inquiry Into Taxi Violence in Gauteng. They will look into the matter over the next months.
The Transport Department has plans to take more than 2 000 unroadworthy taxis off the country's roads. There will also expected of taxi operators to buy newer taxi models in the future.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula has unveiled the Taxi Recapitalisation Programme, which seeks to both make roads safer and capitalise on the industry.
Taxi operators in Gauteng have called for the implementation of special taxi lanes. They say these lanes while help taxis run more smoothyl and will help to reduce the rate of accidents.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has refused to pay a taxi owner, who says the ACM party owes him R96 000 for services rendered ahead of the elections.
Community members are thankful for a group of Joburg taxi drivers who have had enough of their commuters being robbed by drug users in the city centre.