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Minibus taxi operators urged to collect amended operating licenses

The Western Cape Provincial Regulatory Entity urges minibus taxi operators to collect the amended operating licenses. PHOTO: SANTACO The MEC for Mobility, Ricardo McKenzie, says more than half of licenses have not been collected. He urged all minibus taxi operators who have not collected the licenses to do so immediately as there is no cost involved. ‘’This week, our Provincial Regulatory Entity (PRE) officials are working overtime to assist minibus taxi operators who still need to collect their revised operating licence conditions, as the ‘interim agreement’ of the Mini-Bus Taxi Task Team (MBTTT) comes to an end on 29 February 2024.’’ The license helps to clarify the requirements for transporting passengers safely and legally. ‘’Since December 2023, our officials have travelled across the province, setting up a mobile office in local venues and minibus taxi ranks to make it easier for operators to ensure that they have all their documentation in order.’’ ‘’The PRE conducted

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