This was part of attempts to have the service, which has been interrupted since the strike started nearly a month ago, fully restored.
The employees want to be directly employed by the City and they want better working conditions. The strike has turned violent, with the striking employees allegedly intimidating their non-striking colleagues and setting buses alight.
The service was suspended in Khayelitsha yesterday, leaving thousands of commuters stranded after yet another bus was torched. Another bus was set alight in Milnerton on Tuesday.
City spokesperson Luthando Tyhalibongo said the safety of passengers was of paramount concern to the City, as was that of the bus drivers and other MyCiTi personnel who were not participating in the wildcat strike.