Sekume Nse Ukusebenza Kwama e-Hailing

Written by on 22 March, 2022

By: Lindelani Mbatha

The Unity in Diversity E-Hailing Association (UDEA) says they will continue with their planned strike until government attends to their demands.

The association is from today embarking on a three-day shutdown in a bid to get government to regulate the industry.

E-hailing platforms such as Uber, Uber Eats, Mr D, Bolt and In Driver are expected to be affected as well, when between 50,000 and 70,000 drivers turn off their apps until Thursday.

The drivers are demanding that government regulates the industry to ensure fair pricing, accountability and proper vetting of drivers.

UDEA spokesperson Nkosinathi Zwane elaborates.

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Meanwhile, some e-hailing services in KZN continue with their operations and accepting client requests.

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