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Taxi association members have given relevant parties 14 days to respond to their grievances.

People from the Mamelodi Local and Long-distance Taxi Association (Malldta) strolled to the Silverton police central command in Tshwane on Friday to surrender a notification of solicitations after five taxi drivers were killed in constant viciousness. 


The latest killing happened on Wednesday night along the edge of Alwyn Road and Solomon Mahlangu Drive. 


SowetanLIVE point by point that Mamelodi cabbies are worn out on the spike in hijackings, thefts and killings of taxi chairmen, apparently by an association, on Solomon Mahlangu Drive and along the edge of Zambezi and Moloto roads in the district east of Pretoria. 


In an update addressed to the station overseer of the Silverton police base camp, the affiliations demand that the officer, the MEC of the police and the pastor of police push ahead. 


"We have lost five irreproachable drivers whom we demand manages from the police. We had a space of interest put on Solomon Mahlangu Drive among Pretoria and Zambezi roads." 


The people from the association are mentioning recognizable policing some place in the scope of 6pm and 10pm, when the crimes happened. 


"We would rather not expect authority over this, but if the police are not supporting us, we will be left with no choice (yet) to get elective assistance. We, in like manner, request the minister of police to come to address these killings since guiltless people are losing their lives," said the connection. 


The association has given relevant social affairs 14 days to respond to their grumblings or likely they will revolt.


Mamelodi taxi drivers demand more help from cops after five murdered (timeslive.co.za)

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