The rival taxi associations in Polokwane, Limpopo, have assured commuters that their taxis will be operating normally in and around the city on Monday.
Three minibus taxis and a taxi association patrol vehicle were burnt in Polokwane last week during the violence.
The Mankweng and Seshego-Polokwane taxi associations were fighting over routes.
The taxi operators had blockaded the Polokwane-Tzaneen and Polokwane-Giyani routes, leaving hundreds of commuters stranded.
Mangweng taxi association spokesperson Frans Kgasago says the two associations will meet with the Transport department authorities on Tuesday to finalise their agreement.
Kgasago says the commuters will be transported to their destinations.
“Let me apologise for what had happened on Friday but we’d like to rest our passengers assured that taxis will be operating. All of you, you will be transported to respective destinations. The taxis will be operational as it has been operating from Mankweng to Polokwane Mankweng Mall of the North.”
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