Bolt news: Police fire rubber bullets at putting Bolt drivers alongside William Nicol Force

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Police fire rubber bullets at putting Bolt drivers alongside William Nicol Force

The group stormed the corporate’s offices in Bryanston on Monday and blocked its main entrance, calling on administration to listen to their grievances.

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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JOHANNESBURG – Police comprise fired rubber bullets at putting e-hailing divers alongside William Nicol Force.

Drivers were anxious that the replace be regulated, saying they had been exploited for loads too long by some companies.

Placing e-hailing drivers had been slowly making their plot motivate to Zoo Lake when they clashed with police who opened fire with rubber bullets.

One driver sustained an harm to the top: “As I changed into riding, the police came and stopped in entrance of me. He then came subsequent to my window and shot me within the top.”

One other driver’s automobile changed into also shot at: “I changed into shot alongside the convoy, I just correct heard bullets hit the motivate window of my automobile.”

‘BOLT REFUSES TO LISTEN TO US’

Placing drivers talked about they had been going motivate to the drawing board, claiming that Bolt had refused to listen to to their demands.

The group stormed the corporate’s offices in Bryanston on Monday and blocked its main entrance, calling on administration to listen to them out.

They suspended operations for the day to submit a memorandum anxious the replace be regulated.

The drivers also talked about they had been exploited for loads too long.

The drivers removed their vehicles after police reinforcements arrived.

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Police fire rubber bullets at putting Bolt drivers alongside William Nicol Force

The group stormed the corporate’s offices in Bryanston on Monday and blocked its main entrance, calling on administration to listen to their grievances.

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

JOHANNESBURG – Police comprise fired rubber bullets at putting e-hailing divers alongside William Nicol Force.

Drivers were anxious that the replace be regulated, saying they had been exploited for loads too long by some companies.

Placing e-hailing drivers had been slowly making their plot motivate to Zoo Lake when they clashed with police who opened fire with rubber bullets.

One driver sustained an harm to the top: “As I changed into riding, the police came and stopped in entrance of me. He then came subsequent to my window and shot me within the top.”

One other driver’s automobile changed into also shot at: “I changed into shot alongside the convoy, I just correct heard bullets hit the motivate window of my automobile.”

‘BOLT REFUSES TO LISTEN TO US’

Placing drivers talked about they had been going motivate to the drawing board, claiming that Bolt had refused to listen to to their demands.

The group stormed the corporate’s offices in Bryanston on Monday and blocked its main entrance, calling on administration to listen to them out.

They suspended operations for the day to submit a memorandum anxious the replace be regulated.

The drivers also talked about they had been exploited for loads too long.

The drivers removed their vehicles after police reinforcements arrived.

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