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Bolt news: ‘They’re greedy & are abusing us’: E-hailing drivers to enlighten over costs

'They're greedy & are abusing us': E-hailing drivers to enlighten over costs Drivers suggested Eyewitness News that the Uber and Bolt apps had dropped fare costs, however their share reduce had remained the an identical, effectively leading to diminish earnings. FILE: Drivers the employ of both Uber and Bolt mentioned they had been excluded from

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

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 workplaces in Bryanston on 12 October 2020. Affirm: Edwin Ntshidi/EWN Bolt E-hailing Bolt South Africa Email Print Tweet Half Edwin Ntshidi | 651 days ago JOHANNESBURG -

Bolt news: E-hailing drivers threaten extra protests over industry law

E-hailing drivers threaten extra protests over industry law Drivers embarked on a two-day strike closing week annoying an cease to what they labelled exploitation by e-hailing carrier Bolt. FILE: Bolt and Uber drivers blocked the N1 riding to the head locations of work of each and every corporations in Marlboro at give up their memorandum

Bolt news: Bolt drivers in Joburg to proceed their strike for trade regulations

Bolt drivers in Joburg to proceed their strike for trade regulations Drivers demanded that the trade be regulated, asserting they had been exploited for some distance too lengthy now. Bolt SA drivers protesting at the e-hailing service's offices in Bryanston on 12 October 2020. Picture: Edwin Ntshidi/EWN Uber Bolt E-hailing E-mail Print Tweet Share Edwin Ntshidi

Bolt news: E-hailing drivers surrender strike hoping for greater regulations

E-hailing drivers surrender strike hoping for greater regulations Drivers reduced in dimension to app corporations equivalent to Uber, Bolt, and DiDi need authorities to intervene and sing the law to give protection to them from alleged exploitation. Disgruntled e-hailing operators switched off their apps from 22 March 2022 in a three-day explain of what they

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