Unconfirmed taxi strikes have been reported in and around the Cape Town on Tuesday morning.
The City of Cape Town’s traffic services’ Kevin Jacobs said that they’ve noted this apparent stay-away in Khayelitsha, Nyanga, Delft, Gugulethu, Samora Machel and Philippi.
The reason for this action is unclear, however it may be linked to the ongoing taxi violence in Cape Town which has claimed the lives of 72 people since January.
Last week, Taxi associations, Codeta and Cata agreed to a ceasefire after a spate of shootings in the Western Cape.
The violence had resulted in the suspension of taxi services.
Services resumed on Friday following the peace agreement, however another taxi driver was shot and killed in Khayelitsha on Saturday night.
The Codeta affiliated driver was shot and killed in a taxi on Japhta K Masemola Road.
This is a developing story.