A bus driver has been shot and wounded while travelling on the N2 highway near Nyanga on the Cape Flats. Police Spokesperson, FC Van Wyk says they are probing the possibility that the incident is linked to the ongoing taxi violence in the Western Cape.
More than 80 people have been killed in the province during the feud since the beginning of the year.
Several routes have been affected by the unrest with limited services operating in certain areas.
Van Wyk says no arrests have been made as yet in connection with the latest shooting incident.
Taxi violence continues in Cape Town
Western Cape Premier Alan Winde has called on warring taxi associations in the province to resolve their differences peacefully.
Police are calling on communities in areas that have been affected by ongoing taxi violence to come forward with any information that would assist them with their investigations.
Western Cape MEC of Community Safety Albert Fritz earlier urged police to conduct comprehensive investigations into all taxi-related incidents of violence which have been reported in the province this year.
Sporadic incidents of taxi violence continue in Western Cape