Western Cape Transport Minister, Donald Grant, has announced new measures to protect commuters and…

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Western Cape Transport Minister, Donald Grant, has announced new measures to protect commuters and…

Western Cape Transport Minister, Donald Grant, has announced new measures to protect commuters and transport infrastructure in George in the Southern Cape following three days of taxi-related violence. Several municipal and private vehicles were burnt yesterday following the violence. Local taxi operators are unhappy with the impounding of their vehicles by the traffic department’s Ghost Squad. Grant’s spokesperson, Siphesihle Dube, says safety measures include closing down the local taxi rank. He says the department has also asked police for help to monitor the situation. Dube says, “The department takes this situation very seriously and we hope that the conflict doesn’t continue to escalate. Should it escalate, the minister will be forced to close or what may be possible may be the closure of certain ranks in the area to mitigate any escalation of violence.”








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