We, the representatives of the founding structures of the NTA do hereby present and commit ourselves to a democratic, non-racial, non-oppressive and non- sexist taxi body.

We commit ourselves to:

  • strengthen democracy, high service and safety levels and optimum economic activities at all levels of the membership of the NTA.
  • actively participate in various forums and governmental and non-governmental structures that are aimed at eradicating poverty crime and health related problems among our members and within Africa communities at large especially South Africa.
  • creating a platform for the South African taxi industry to speak with one voice in a “unity in diversity” form, on matters of common effect to the industry.
  • actively encourage democracy and adherence to the corporate governance and universally accepted business behavioral norms, in order to attract investment for the economic and social well being of our members and by extension our nation.
  • at all times work tirelessly for a violence free, positive image, none corrupt and law abiding taxi industry.
  • work and act against abuse of any form of power especially on women and children.
  • work tirelessly for educational and skills development of our members.

Our endeavors are underpinned by our resolve to be counted among the brick layers of the ever growing economy of our country and socio economic standings of our society, especially for those who were previously disadvantaged.


The name of the organization is the National Taxi Alliance (NTA), herein after referred to as the NTA,

  1. NTA is a voluntary group with perpetual succession and legal existence which is independent of its affiliates, with rights to sue and be sued.
  2. The NTA affiliates have no rights to its assets.

The NTA shall have the following structures:

  1. Policy and Leadership and General Conference (PLGC)
  2. Annual General Conference (AGC)
  3. National Executive Committee (NEC)
  4. Management and Policy Committee (MPC).

The aims and objectives of the National Taxi Alliance are to:-

  1. advance, promote and protect the interest  of its affiliates and that of members of its affiliates, in particular , and the taxi industry in general;
  2. represent its affiliates at all levels of the government and the private sector, by lobbying for laws and policies conducive to the growth and development of the taxi industry;
  3. ensure fair labour practices by all its members, thereby promoting the interests of all members’ employees;
  4. encourage, promote and improve road safety education, public service and human  relations on all the taxi operations, especially the taxi drivers;
  5. encourage, promote and improve the standard of living and quality of life of  its members;
  6. contribute to the growth of the country’s economy by expanding entrepreneurship therefore creating employment opportunities;
  7. oppose any law, action or policy in government, corporate or any authority  impinging or encroaching  upon the rights and privileges if its members;
  8. take all such steps as may be deemed necessary by the NTA to preclude any  misconduct on the part of any of the association’s members or the drivers  of such members, to report such misconduct to the  authorities concerned and to take such further steps regarding the suspension or expulsion of defaulting members as may be deemed necessary;
  1. raise funds for the NTA by any legal means and apply such funds for the purpose of furthering these aims and objectives;
  2. apply all funds for the purpose of giving effect to the objectives of the NTA and, to invest funds in suitable financial institutions and in addition, acquire by purchase, lease, exchange or gift, immovable and movable property;
  3. abide by a code of conduct and apply disciplinary procedures in respect of transgression of the Code of Conduct and to amend the rules;
  4. promote education and skills development;
  5. co-operate with other taxi association having similar objectives or interests;
  6. address the current economic imbalance in the transport industry;