/ 18 August 2023

Taxi wars: How does Cape Town’s public transport system actually work?

Taxi Strike
Shunt: With the train service dysfunctional, most carless Capetonians rely on minibus taxis. The taxi industry is in partnerships with local and provincial government but some fear taxis will lose out in the City of Cape Town’s transport plan. Photo: ER Lombard/Gallo Images
Twenty-two percent of Capetonians use minibus taxis, but the city’s transport model will reduce this

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