The Excessive Courtroom in Cape City has granted a last interdict in opposition to the Congress of Democratic Taxi Associations (Codeta) stopping them from obstructing, interfering and stopping the transporting of learners inside the Western Cape.
Codeta has over the previous few weeks been blocking the transporting of over 5 000 learners to colleges in Mfuleni, Delft and Khayelitsha, demanding that the Schooling Division awards the scholar contract to them.
Minibus taxi mafia hammered by Excessive Courtroom and interdicted from obstructing, interfering, and stopping the transporting of learners inside the Western Cape.
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Provincial Schooling Minister David Maynier approached the courtroom saying the taxis have been violating the constitutional rights of fogeys and learners.
“The courtroom has despatched a robust message to the minibus mafia that there’s no excuse for violating the constitutional rights of our youngsters or placing our mother and father in a horrible place of getting to decide on between their kids’s schooling and retaining them safely at dwelling. It’s additionally placing an finish to the hole claims by Codeta that they’re one way or the other not concerned within the felony motion they introduced they’re taking, we belief the South African Police Service will be certain that the interdict is enforced and any additional disruptions are prevented.”
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