Bolt news: Disgruntled e-hailing taxi drivers give govt ultimatum to respond to demands

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Disgruntled e-hailing taxi drivers give govt ultimatum to respond to demands

Disgruntled e-hailing provider drivers comprise given government seven days to respond to their demands and grievances.

E-hailing taxi drivers march to Parliament on 12 November 2021 demanding that government intervene in what they call exploitation by their employers. Picture: Shamiela Fisher/Eyewitness News
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CAPE TOWN – Disgruntled e-hailing provider drivers comprise given government seven days to respond to their demands and grievances.

Drivers for e-hailing products and companies including Uber and Bolt marched to Parliament on Friday.

They’ve complained of unlucky working prerequisites.

They’ve also raised issues over fares now not being hiked at the same time as gas prices walk up which leaves them with less pay.

READ MORE: CT e-hailing taxi drivers march to Parly over pay dispute with Bolt, Uber

A community of about 50 drivers marched thru the Cape City CBD escorted by police.

After they reached Parliament, they handed over a memorandum of demands to representatives from the transport and labour departments.

They’ve known as on government to serve them as they imagine they’re being exploited by their employers.

“Uber and Bolt make now not deserve 25% of our price, we’re doing the total onerous work. We pay for the autos, for gas, for products and companies and our comprise knowledge to head browsing. So, they’re appropriate connecting us to the riders and they make now not deserve 25%.”
They’re also unhappy with their autos being impounded and wish the Labour Department to evaluate alleged unfair labour practices.

They’re urging the opponents price to evaluate alleged anti-aggressive behaviour amongst e-hailing platforms.

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Disgruntled e-hailing taxi drivers give govt ultimatum to respond to demands

Disgruntled e-hailing provider drivers comprise given government seven days to respond to their demands and grievances.

E-hailing taxi drivers march to Parliament on 12 November 2021 demanding that government intervene in what they call exploitation by their employers. Picture: Shamiela Fisher/Eyewitness News
  • Parliament
  • Uber
  • Bolt

CAPE TOWN – Disgruntled e-hailing provider drivers comprise given government seven days to respond to their demands and grievances.

Drivers for e-hailing products and companies including Uber and Bolt marched to Parliament on Friday.

They’ve complained of unlucky working prerequisites.

They’ve also raised issues over fares now not being hiked at the same time as gas prices walk up which leaves them with less pay.

READ MORE: CT e-hailing taxi drivers march to Parly over pay dispute with Bolt, Uber

A community of about 50 drivers marched thru the Cape City CBD escorted by police.

After they reached Parliament, they handed over a memorandum of demands to representatives from the transport and labour departments.

They’ve known as on government to serve them as they imagine they’re being exploited by their employers.

“Uber and Bolt make now not deserve 25% of our price, we’re doing the total onerous work. We pay for the autos, for gas, for products and companies and our comprise knowledge to head browsing. So, they’re appropriate connecting us to the riders and they make now not deserve 25%.”
They’re also unhappy with their autos being impounded and wish the Labour Department to evaluate alleged unfair labour practices.

They’re urging the opponents price to evaluate alleged anti-aggressive behaviour amongst e-hailing platforms.

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