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"At the centre of the disagreement is a dispute over internal constitutional processes that must be followed in the election of a new leadership."With the strike at full force on Monday morning, it has now ended due to the outcome of the meeting.
"While many of the concerns are yet to be resolved, there was agreement that both parties would willingly and freely enter inter a departmentally facilitated mediation process, as well as inform all of their members to cease strike action with immediate effect, while we embark on this mediation process," explains Grant.The group will undergo mediation that will seek to explore underlying issues as well as address the upcoming election. Grant encourages the taxi industry to deal with this issue in a dignified manner. He has warned that the city does not condemn violent behaviour.
"I further appealed to industry leaders to call for calm and level heads from their members, and reassert their commitment to providing safe and reliable public transport to the many commuters who rely on minibus taxis as their primary mode of transport."Cape Town roads should be back to normal on Tuesday morning.