Taxi drivers

Cape Town taxi drivers cause massive disruption and traffic jam on the N2 ahead of March

Taxis linked to the Cata and Codeta associations do not operate on Thursday mornings.

Taxis linked to the Cata and Codeta associations do not operate on Thursday March 24, 2022.

CAPE TOWN – If you are traveling by taxi, you will need to find another way to get to work and school.

Taxis linked to the Cata and Codeta associations were not running on Thursday morning.

“We are marching towards the Prime Minister’s office but all the associations linked to Cata and Codeta will only work after the march”.

Mandla Hermanus of the Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association said the drivers would head for the prime minister’s office.

Hermanus said authorities’ failure to issue business licenses was on their list of grievances.

“Like where a new mall has been opened I will give an example in Brackengate where there are huge warehouses. temporary permits so that they can at least provide a service without risk of being confiscated”.


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CONJUNCTIONS

Taxis impeded traffic on the N2, leading to multiple road closures, including:
– N2 at Spine deviating onto Spine Road
– N2 entering at R300 deviating on R300
– N2 entering Borchers’s Quarry diverting to airport approach and Nyanga/Gugulethu areas