Five minibus taxi drivers have been shot and wounded in the Pretoria CBD in the ongoing battle over taxi routes, Gauteng police said on Thursday.The incident happened on the corner of Madiba and Sisulu streets at 06:30 on Thursday, police spokesperson Colonel Noxolo Kweza said. READ: Bloody weekend as 10 people killed in Cape Town taxi violenceKweza said the taxi feud was between the Menlyn and Mamelodi associations. Two taxis had been burnt in retaliation, she said.The five injured drivers were taken to hospital for treatment. Police officers were monitoring the situation and no arrests had been made, Kweza said. #TaxiViolence in Pretoria CBD pic.twitter.com/bzseccrB9L— Daniel Mhlanga NEW ACCOUNT (@KDMhlanga) July 5, 2018 Pretoria - CBD Traffic: #TaxiViolence RT @SanaKerin @MrLesDaChairman @TrafficSA I work at the Sanlam office you see in the corner, been driving around town all morning and was advised to just go home pic.twitter.com/EXDq2OrXxH— Rob Beezy (@TrafficSA) July 5, 2018City of Tshwane roads and transport MMC Sheila Lynn Senkubuge confirmed industry leadership had been addressing the route dispute and further engagements were underway.It was hoped that the matter would be resolved by the end of the day so that passengers could feel safe when they started their evening commute, she said.