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​Taxis hope Competition Commission inquiry puts money in their pockets
​Taxis hope Competition Commission inquiry puts money in their pockets
Starting in June, the Competition Commission is to delve deeply into South Africa’s passenger transport market. Over the course of an expected...
So who is in the (Uber) driving seat?
So who is in the (Uber) driving seat?
Driving for Uber has become a dangerous job. Although the app is a way for many to earn a living, it comes with many risks.
Uber will 'burn' if it continues to run, say metered taxi drivers
Uber will 'burn' if it continues to run, say metered taxi drivers
Metered taxi drivers in Johannesburg blockaded the R24 at both entrances of the OR...
How Uber plans to disrupt SA's food delivery industry
How Uber plans to disrupt SA's food delivery industry
Food delivery app UberEATS launched on Wednesday and the company behind the ride-sharing app is confident the service will disrupt the food...
Uber cited as example of the sharing economy, but its vast revenues suggest otherwise
Uber cited as example of the sharing economy, but its vast revenues suggest otherwise
A new generation of start-ups has sent the world into a frenzy. At the forefront of the movement – like a flaunting, radiant cover model – is...
Uber buckles to Moscow’s demands
Uber buckles to Moscow’s demands
Uber, the taxi service, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Moscow authorities. As part of the agreement, the company will have to part...
Uber unveils promising SA lease option
Uber unveils promising SA lease option
That you can catch a ride within minutes of touching a screen – an almost unheard-of convenience – is something that South Africans have come...
Uber links With Kia to drive growth in Lagos
Uber links With Kia to drive growth in Lagos
Uber Technologies is negotiating cheaper deals for new vehicles with Kia Motors to boost its number of drivers fivefold in the Nigerian city...
[Video]Oh hell no you didn't!
[Video]Oh hell no you didn't!
This was the week of hell no's, with the new NPA boss saying he won't use his new position to protect the president and taxis protesting over Uber.
No fare, cry Uber taxi competitors
No fare, cry Uber taxi competitors
The rise of taxi service Uber in South Africa has its competitors crying foul and alleging a number of violations of the law.

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