Taxify, an Estonian ride-hailing company aiming to take on Uber in emerging markets, will invest millions of euros in East Africa in the next five years
Uber and Taxify drivers have threatened to shut down the ride e-hailing services should their demands not be addressed.
E-hailing taxi operator Taxify says it has already begun addressing some of the concerns raised by its drivers.
Uber/Taxify drivers say they will not be deterred from highlighting their plight. This after they found Uber offices closed as they attempted to deliver a memorandum of grievances at Garsfontein in Pretoria on Tuesday afternoon.
Striking drivers of the e-hailing taxi services Uber and Taxify have threatened to remain on strike until their demands are met
Drivers of taxi services Uber and Taxify have started arriving at Zoo Lake in Johannesburg ahead of their march to the offices of the operating companies they accuse of exploiting them.
Gauteng Roads and Transport MEC Ismail Vadi has condemned the brutal killing of another Taxify driver.
Ride hailing service drivers will be able to summon help at a push of a button if they feel their lives are being threatened.
The 21-year- old Tshwane University of Technology student and Taxify driver was laid to rest in Inanda north of Durban on Sunday.
Santaco has condemned the killing of Taxify driver, Siyabonga Ngcobo. His burnt remains were found in the boot of his cab in Sunnyside, Pretoria last Friday.
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