Bolt news: MEC Mamabolo to fulfill with disgruntled e-hailing drivers

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MEC Mamabolo to fulfill with disgruntled e-hailing drivers

The pressing meeting comes after operators of Bolt, Uber, DiDi and other e-hailing platforms threatened to shut down essential routes and disrupt provider from Tuesday.

FILE: Gauteng Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure MEC Jacob Mamabolo. Picture: Radio 702.
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JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo is expected to fulfill with e-hailing drivers on Monday following their demand a three-day nationwide shutdown.

The pressing meeting comes after operators of Bolt, Uber, DiDi and other e-hailing platforms threatened to shut down essential routes and disrupt provider from Tuesday.

They want authorities to withhold watch over the industry, announcing this would high-tail an extended formula in eradicating what they known as “the exploitation of the industry” by their app partners.

The MEC has cautioned drivers against the preserve away warning that the strike can even lead to violence, intimidation, and instability in the sector.

Nonetheless, the Interior most Public Transport Affiliation (which represents the drivers) has assured the public the protests shall be aloof and its urged residents to enhance the mass motion.

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MEC Mamabolo to fulfill with disgruntled e-hailing drivers

The pressing meeting comes after operators of Bolt, Uber, DiDi and other e-hailing platforms threatened to shut down essential routes and disrupt provider from Tuesday.

FILE: Gauteng Public Transport and Roads Infrastructure MEC Jacob Mamabolo. Picture: Radio 702.
  • Uber
  • Jacob Mamabolo
  • Bolt
  • E-hailing
  • DiDi
  • InDriver

JOHANNESBURG – Gauteng Transport MEC Jacob Mamabolo is expected to fulfill with e-hailing drivers on Monday following their demand a three-day nationwide shutdown.

The pressing meeting comes after operators of Bolt, Uber, DiDi and other e-hailing platforms threatened to shut down essential routes and disrupt provider from Tuesday.

They want authorities to withhold watch over the industry, announcing this would high-tail an extended formula in eradicating what they known as “the exploitation of the industry” by their app partners.

The MEC has cautioned drivers against the preserve away warning that the strike can even lead to violence, intimidation, and instability in the sector.

Nonetheless, the Interior most Public Transport Affiliation (which represents the drivers) has assured the public the protests shall be aloof and its urged residents to enhance the mass motion.

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