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    Commission of inquiry into taxi violence continues 17 Feb '20

    The public hearings of the Commission of Inquiry into Taxi Violence in the Gauteng province will continue on Monday, 17 February 2020 at 10:00.

    The Commission will continue to hear testimony related to Taxi Industry Conflict Resolution from the
    Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport - Conflict Resolution: Registration and Monitoring Unit.

    Mr Vongani Macheke’s testimony will focus on Ekurhuleni Region and Mr Abel Nkadimeng testimony
    will be related to Tshwane Region.

    The legal team is in the process of identifying and/or consulting with other witnesses who will appear
    before the Commission over the next few weeks.

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