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    Transport MEC dissolves taxi associations after bloodshed

    Gauteng public transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo has intervened in a deadly taxi feud in Johannesburg by dissolving the executives of two taxi associations.

    Nanduwe (Nancefield Dube West Taxi Association) and Wata (Witwatersrand African Taxi Owners Association) members are allegedly involved in a dispute over a route in Johannesburg south.

    Mamabolo's office said Nanduwe lost two squad members who were gunned down near the Nancefield hostel in Soweto on Tuesday.

    “I am deeply dismayed by the latest incident which resulted in the spillage of blood. We cannot allow the taxi industry to turn our province into the capital of murder and violent gangs,” Mamabolo said.

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