Bolt news: E-hailing drivers accuse Bolt of misleading them, utter to continue strike action

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E-hailing drivers accuse Bolt of misleading them, utter to continue strike action

They’re threatening to embark on a corpulent-blown national strike soon.

Bolt SA drivers protesting at the e-hailing service's offices in Bryanston on 12 October 2020. Picture: Edwin Ntshidi/EWN
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  • E-hailing
  • Bolt South Africa

JOHANNESBURG – E-hailing drivers possess accused Bolt of misleading them.

Drivers embarked on a strike final week, pronouncing that they were sick and bored stiff in being exploited by the firm.

They moreover want the industry to be regulated.

E-hailing drivers marched to Bolt’s workplaces in Bryanston final week stressful that the company honour an endeavor to unblock drivers who were barred from their app.

The community’s spokesperson Vathuka Mbelengwa mentioned that management committed to this step for the length of a fresh meeting but it absolutely now looks that they were misled.

“The of Bolt failing to honour its dedication to initiate to unblock drivers by October 13, we possess determined to continue with ongoing disruptions and are currently in the planning section of how we’re going to lead this disruption.”

The drivers are moreover pushing for a regulated industry.

They’re threatening to embark on a corpulent-blown national strike soon.

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E-hailing drivers accuse Bolt of misleading them, utter to continue strike action

They’re threatening to embark on a corpulent-blown national strike soon.

Bolt SA drivers protesting at the e-hailing service's offices in Bryanston on 12 October 2020. Picture: Edwin Ntshidi/EWN
  • Bolt
  • E-hailing
  • Bolt South Africa

JOHANNESBURG – E-hailing drivers possess accused Bolt of misleading them.

Drivers embarked on a strike final week, pronouncing that they were sick and bored stiff in being exploited by the firm.

They moreover want the industry to be regulated.

E-hailing drivers marched to Bolt’s workplaces in Bryanston final week stressful that the company honour an endeavor to unblock drivers who were barred from their app.

The community’s spokesperson Vathuka Mbelengwa mentioned that management committed to this step for the length of a fresh meeting but it absolutely now looks that they were misled.

“The of Bolt failing to honour its dedication to initiate to unblock drivers by October 13, we possess determined to continue with ongoing disruptions and are currently in the planning section of how we’re going to lead this disruption.”

The drivers are moreover pushing for a regulated industry.

They’re threatening to embark on a corpulent-blown national strike soon.

Download the EWN app to your iOS or Android instrument.

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