Gig workers endure financial pressure, lifestyle changes
An estimated 80% of e-hailing drivers and delivery services employees in SA now earn less than R4 000 per month due to the impact of COVID-19.
Ride-hailing app Taxi Live Africa begins expansion
After successfully operating in Durban and signing up 3 000 partner drivers, locally-developed Taxi Live Africa expands to Gauteng.
Mbalula looks into assisting Uber, Bolt with financial aid
Transport minister Fikile Mbalula says the ministry is engaging government stakeholders on assisting e-hailing companies with coronavirus financial aid.
E-taxi services to transport only essential workers during lockdown
While e-hailing services will not be allowed to operate normally for the duration of the 21-day lockdown, they will be permitted to ferry essential services staff.
Ministers look to resolve Uber, meter taxi drivers impasse
Joe Maswanganyi and Fikile Mbalula slam violent clashes involving meter taxi and e-hailing drivers.