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3. Vision

3.2 Guiding Principles


3.2.1 Develop a world-class industry that will be sustainable, profitable and dynamic, grow in size, diversify into related industries and stimulate economic growth and development in South Africa.


3.2.2 Implement taxi recapitalisation in a transparent and all-inclusive manner   with  effective   communication   between   all  stakeholders through all mediums to eliminate uncertainty during the adjustment period. This will require a deliberate strategy to co-ordinate efforts of all stakeholders.


3.2.3 Pursue a growth strategy that prioritises the retention and creation of quality jobs and fair labour practices throughout the industry. We will ensure that all workers in the taxi industry are afforded the same rights as other workers in South Africa.


3.2.4 Develop a national register of taxis to inform decision-making and co-ordinate planning.


3.2.5 Create an industry with an excellent public and safety image that is recognised as an integral part of the public transport system and operates in an equitably funded environment with regulations that are enforced.


3.2.6 Strive to make our industry part of the public transport system for all South Africans by providing commuters with reliable, safe, affordable, efficient and quality services.