The decision also means that citizens in Portland could receive a minimum of $1000 if police illegally use facial recognition software on them.
Two Taxify vehicles were torched in Sunnyside in the latest bout of violence against ride-sharing services.
Police are looking into another bout of violence between metered taxi drivers and Uber drivers at the Hatfield Gautrain Station.
Uber said it is committed to open and transparent dialogue with all stakeholders on the future of mobility in South Africa.
Fitted with equipment to make it smart, this vehicle shows where the future of SAPS vehicles is headed.
Clampdown on ride sharing service Uber in Mother City sees drivers fined.
The cops will now be able to print infringements on the spot through connected printers.
Spies in the sky coming to the mother city
Monthly report shows copper thieves still almost 40% less active than in 2012.