One of the companies involved in the City of Johannesburg’s fleet management saga has denied withdrawing its vehicles used to deliver municipal services, saying it was a victim of a political war ravaging the city.

Senzo Tsabedze, CEO of fleet management company Afrirent, which provides the metro with more than 2,600 vehicles used by the city’s entities including JMPD [metro police], Johannesburg Water, Pikitup, Metrobus, Emergency Management Services, City Parks and Joburg Roads Agency, said on Monday the company had taken a decision not to ground its fleet contracted to the municipality...

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