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Gauteng taxi strike ends

Gauteng taxi services are expected to resume normally on Tuesday.

Bree taxi rank in Johannesburg. Picture: Taurai Maduna/Eyewitness News
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JOHANNESBURG - Taxi services in Gauteng are expected to resume on Tuesday, the United Taxi Association Front announced on Monday.

Passengers travelling between Soweto, Ekurhuleni, the West Rand and the Johannesburg CBD were left stranded on Monday, while the association protested against alleged victimisation.

The front, joined by others, claims that taxi drivers are often victimized by metro police.

The association’s Sipho Nkwanyana said taxi drivers were also protesting against the exclusive use of lanes by Rea Vaya busses.

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