The Democratic Alliance (DA) in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) said it was absolutely unacceptable that yet another taxi assassination had taken place in that province this week.
The Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) said there was currently no clear leadership in South Africa, as taxi violence continues to spiral out of control in KwaZulu-Natal.
It is the proverbial case of panic stations in KwaZulu-Natal, as taxi violence has started to spiral out of control yet again.
The IFP has said that the South African government needed to establish a task team to investigate what it called a mass killing in Ladysmith this week.
On Tuesday morning, a shootout between rival taxi associations in Joburg has left one person dead, one injured and countless others fearing for their lives.
The Tongaat community was caught off-guard this weekend, when an armed man walked into a supermarket at Gandhi’s Hill, before shooting and killing one of the customers.
The South African Police in Tzaneen have launched a massive manhunt, after a prominent taxi owner was killed at the Ga-Matshwi Village on Sunday.
Police in Mthatha say that there will be a zero tolerance policy on taxi violence in the area.
The police rushed to the scene of the shooting after a community member alerted them of the shooting.
The firearm used is licensed to the deceased shooter. [Explicit image]