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JOHANNESBURG - Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo on Monday said government and taxi affiliations expected to determine the long-standing issues over courses. 

At the end of the week, somewhere around four taxicabs were set land and others vandalized. 

The Nancefield Dube West Association and the Witwatersrand African Taxi Association in Johannesburg are battling about courses in the Johannesburg CBD and Soweto. 

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The common government has additionally prohibited the fighting relationship from blockading the courses. 

Mamabolo said there were such a large number of relationship: "There were some little, divided taxi affiliations working in one space. From the suggestions of the commission of investigation into underlying drivers of taxi savagery, they said our authorities in the office have additionally assumed a part in defiling and polluting the course designation measure." 

He said police had vowed to guarantee workers were protected while government attempted to manage the contrasts between taxi relationship in Johannesburg. 

Mamabolo said he would meet with the National Taxi Association and Santaco this week to track down a drawn out answer for the issue. 

The MEC said there was a responsibility from all gatherings to determine the continuous questions: "One of the issues that was extreme in the previous conversations was about security. Law authorization specialists are the main specialists endowed by the Constitution. I needed to over and again got some information about the wellbeing of workers and furthermore the taxi administrators and law authorization guaranteed us [that this will be prioritised]."

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