Bolt news: Disgruntled e-hailing drivers behold govt’s intervention in dispute with employers

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Disgruntled e-hailing drivers behold govt’s intervention in dispute with employers

Driver with Uber, Bolt, Didi and InDriver are planning a remark convoy in Cape Metropolis on Thursday morning.

FILE: The e-hailing taxi drivers are upset because amid rising fuel prices, fares have been lowered, while their cut remains the same, leaving them with lower income. Picture: Christa Eybers/Eyewitness News
  • Uber
  • Bolt
  • E-hailing Taxi Service
  • DiDi
  • InDriver

CAPE TOWN – Disgruntled e-hailing taxi drivers are pleading with nationwide govt and the final public to abet them in a dispute with the apps they power for.

Drivers with Uber, Bolt, Didi and InDriver are planning a remark convoy in Cape Metropolis on Thursday morning.

The drivers own accused the e-hailing taxi apps of abusive working prerequisites, calling them greedy and heartless.

– ALSO READ: ‘They’re greedy & are abusing us’: E-hailing drivers to remark over prices

The e-hailing taxi drivers are upset because amid rising gasoline prices, fares own been lowered, whereas their prick stays the equal, leaving them with decrease earnings.

One driver, spoke on condition of anonymity, stated the companies also did no longer abet their drivers when there own been accidents, robberies or hijackings.

“The of us engaged on the bottom are beautiful forgotten and abused fully.”

He stated they own been being denied worker rights because they own been belief to be app customers and no longer staff.

The disgruntled drivers are hoping govt can intervene and they’ve known as on app customers to say their issues with the companies.

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Disgruntled e-hailing drivers behold govt’s intervention in dispute with employers

Driver with Uber, Bolt, Didi and InDriver are planning a remark convoy in Cape Metropolis on Thursday morning.

FILE: The e-hailing taxi drivers are upset because amid rising fuel prices, fares have been lowered, while their cut remains the same, leaving them with lower income. Picture: Christa Eybers/Eyewitness News
  • Uber
  • Bolt
  • E-hailing Taxi Service
  • DiDi
  • InDriver

CAPE TOWN – Disgruntled e-hailing taxi drivers are pleading with nationwide govt and the final public to abet them in a dispute with the apps they power for.

Drivers with Uber, Bolt, Didi and InDriver are planning a remark convoy in Cape Metropolis on Thursday morning.

The drivers own accused the e-hailing taxi apps of abusive working prerequisites, calling them greedy and heartless.

– ALSO READ: ‘They’re greedy & are abusing us’: E-hailing drivers to remark over prices

The e-hailing taxi drivers are upset because amid rising gasoline prices, fares own been lowered, whereas their prick stays the equal, leaving them with decrease earnings.

One driver, spoke on condition of anonymity, stated the companies also did no longer abet their drivers when there own been accidents, robberies or hijackings.

“The of us engaged on the bottom are beautiful forgotten and abused fully.”

He stated they own been being denied worker rights because they own been belief to be app customers and no longer staff.

The disgruntled drivers are hoping govt can intervene and they’ve known as on app customers to say their issues with the companies.

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