About 90 taxi drivers from
Mitchell’s Plain and Khayelitsha are receiving business development training.
This is part of the City of
Cape Town’s project to provide the taxi drivers with greater business skills
Mayor Patricia de Lille said
she is pleased to see that members of the different taxi associations have
welcomed the training with optimism and excitement.
Mayor Spokesperson Zara
Nicholson said the training represents an investment of R39 million with 90
taxi operators currently part of the training.
“The capacitation training
consists of four courses and they are entry-level orientation to South African
company law and foundations of corporate governance. Introduction to management,
with specific focus on planning, organising, leading, control and people
management. As well as an introduction to public transport planning and
management. Introduction to bus operating contract models and the management of
scheduled transport operations,” Nicholson added.
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