Ructions in Santaco over leadership

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A high-level ‘emergency meeting’ was held on May 5 at the SA Taxi offices in Midrand. Photo: Getty Images
A high-level ‘emergency meeting’ was held on May 5 at the SA Taxi offices in Midrand. Photo: Getty Images


SA National Taxi Council (Santaco) leaders in the Greater Johannesburg and Sedibeng regions have approached the high court to nullify Abner Tsebe’s election as national president at Sun City in North West earlier this month.

Last Thursday, Santaco Greater Johannesburg regional chairperson Velanto Davide Thwala and Sedibeng regional chairperson Mzwabantu Midday Mali challenged the “constitutionality and legality” of a decision by its national leaders to place the Gauteng provincial executive under administration, just five days before the national conference.

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