SANTACO Denies Involvement in E-Hailing Attacks
Written by Mfundo on 6 December, 2020
By: Mfundo Mabaso
The South African National Taxi Council in the province says the public must be very cautious on their statements regarding their alleged fued with e-hailing service drivers.
This follows reports by e-hailing drivers that they’ve been forced not to operate in certain areas around Durban.
Santaco’s provincial Office Manager, Sfiso Shangase says once the e-hailing industry is regulated by government it will be easier to work with and come up with strategies.
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Following the taxi lekgotla, SANTACO has formed an apex structure which will be looking after public transport issues, nationally.
This as the industry approaches the busiest time of the year, the festive season, where road carnage becomes rife.
Shangase says they don’t want to see minibus taxis being the cause or part of road accidents during this time.
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