‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammers

2022/01/12 19:16:00

‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammers

‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammers

Requirements for funding include that applicants be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered as a taxpayer with the SA Revenue Service.

Cebelihle BhenguReporterTransport minister Fikile Mbalula says subsidising the taxi industry will relieve the working class who use taxis daily. File photo.Image:Twitter/Department of transportTransport minister Fikile Mbalula says the department is “ready” and will keep a watchful eye on scammers who apply for relief funding meant for qualifying taxi operators.

On Tuesday Mbalula outlined the implementation of the relief fund for taxi and e-hailing operators meant to ease the impact of lost income during the Covid-19 pandemic.Requirements for funding include that applicants must be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered taxpayers with the SA Revenue Service. 

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‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammersRequirements for funding include that applicants be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered as a taxpayer with the SA Revenue Service. Majority of taxi operators don't pay tax so that requirement will be a stumbling block There are probably 0 taxi operators who meet the criteria 😂 I know we all probably must have heard about Bitcoin but don't know how it works, I tried it in a week ago by a man who recommended me to Leticia_thomas3 on Twitter He guides me through and i made a return of R15500 after a week of trading, connect with him

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula outlines Taxi Relief Fund implementationMinister of Transport Fikile Mbalula is outlining the implementation of the Taxi Relief Fund in Sandton, Johannesburg.Let's go there.For more news, visit sab... Mxm anything to save face 2yrs later sies MokuenaDudley paplax ANOTHER CORRUPT PROJECT BY THE ANC CRIMINALS LOOTING TAXPAYERS MONEY. CRIMINALS ARE RUNNING THE COUNTRY AND THE ANC. ANC elite filling their pockets again..

‘We are ready for them’: Fikile Mbalula warns taxi relief fund scammersRequirements for funding include that applicants be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered as a taxpayer with the SA Revenue Service. Majority of taxi operators don't pay tax so that requirement will be a stumbling block There are probably 0 taxi operators who meet the criteria 😂 I know we all probably must have heard about Bitcoin but don't know how it works, I tried it in a week ago by a man who recommended me to Leticia_thomas3 on Twitter He guides me through and i made a return of R15500 after a week of trading, connect with him

Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula outlines Taxi Relief Fund implementationMinister of Transport Fikile Mbalula is outlining the implementation of the Taxi Relief Fund in Sandton, Johannesburg.Let's go there.For more news, visit sab... Mxm anything to save face 2yrs later sies MokuenaDudley paplax ANOTHER CORRUPT PROJECT BY THE ANC CRIMINALS LOOTING TAXPAYERS MONEY. CRIMINALS ARE RUNNING THE COUNTRY AND THE ANC. ANC elite filling their pockets again..

Taxi industry finally accepts Covid-19 relief fundsTransport minister Fikile Mbalula says R1.135bn will be shared by about 137,000 minibus, 25,000 meter taxis, and 63,000 e-hailing operators, with each one getting about R5,000 in relief funding

Taxi industry finally accepts Covid-19 relief fundsTransport minister Fikile Mbalula says R1.135bn will be shared by about 137,000 minibus, 25,000 meter taxis, and 63,000 e-hailing operators, with each one getting about R5,000 in relief funding

12 January 2022 - 11:11 Cebelihle Bhengu Reporter Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says subsidising the taxi industry will relieve the working class who use taxis daily.Reporter 12 January 2022 - 10:53 Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says subsidising the taxi industry will relieve the working class who use taxis daily..Reporter 12 January 2022 - 10:53 Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says subsidising the taxi industry will relieve the working class who use taxis daily.

File photo. Image: Twitter/Department of transport Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says the department is “ready” and will keep a watchful eye on scammers who apply for relief funding meant for qualifying taxi operators. Image: Twitter/Department of transport Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says the department is “ready” and will keep a watchful eye on scammers who apply for relief funding meant for qualifying taxi operators. On Tuesday Mbalula outlined the implementation of the relief fund for taxi and e-hailing operators meant to ease the impact of lost income during the Covid-19 pandemic. Requirements for funding include that applicants must be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered taxpayers with the SA Revenue Service. Requirements for funding include that applicants must be SA citizens or permanent citizens, must produce valid operating licences and must be registered taxpayers with the SA Revenue Service.  Mbalula said he wanted the money to reach the right people.  Mbalula said he wanted the money to reach the right people.

  “I know there are a lot of scammers out there.  We are ready for them. We are ready for them. I hope when we conclude this process, we will not be scammed. Taxi operators, please don't fall for scammers. Taxi operators, please don’t fall for scammers. Help us get this money to the right people,” said the minister. We are ready for them. We are ready for them.

  He said each applicant will receive about R5,000 and said he was aware this was not enough to solve challenges faced by the industry at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. Mbalula said the taxi industry was the backbone of the public transportation system and the only industry that did not receive government business relief. Taxi operators, please don’t fall for scammers.  “The bus industry is benefiting from the government in terms of financial support. We give them money to transport people in and around the country.  He said each applicant will receive about R5,000 and said he was aware this was not enough to solve challenges faced by the industry at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic. This is why, as minister of transport, I am reviewing the subsidy for public transport. Mbalula said the taxi industry was the backbone of the public transportation system and the only industry that did not receive government business relief.

Part of the relief will focus on supporting the industry.  “The bus industry is benefiting from the government in terms of financial support.” He said subsidising the taxi industry would relieve the working class who use taxis daily to commute to and from work and other destinations.  TimesLIVE . This is why, as minister of transport, I am reviewing the subsidy for public transport.