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Bolt Opens Africa Hub in Nairobi, Kenya

Bolt, the ride-hailing company, announced that it is opening a regional hub in Kenya that will serve as a host for top managers running operations in Africa. Before this development, the Uber rival did not have a hub in Africa....

Uber South Africa Introduces New Passenger Safety Feature

Uber South Africa is introducing a new feature which aims to make a trip for both the passenger and the driver a little safer. Within the coming weeks, passengers will be able to receive a four-digit PIN code that...

Uber launches in Ivory Coast

Uber announced on Friday, 6 December 2019, that it has successfully launched in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire, to complement the existing transport infrastructure. “I’m excited to be launching Uber in Abidjan, especially with the support from government and regulators," says Marjorie...

UberGo launches in 6th South African city

Global ride-hailing service, Uber is officially launching in East London with uberGO - making it the sixth city with access to the platform across South Africa.  With this launch, Uber hopes to provide locals and visitors to the city...

inDriver expands into 10 cities across five African countries

Set-your-own-price taxi app, inDriver has successfully expanded its reach into Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria and most notably, South Africa. Since its launch earlier this year in South African cities Cape Town and Johannesburg, the ride-hailing service is now officially live...

Namibian ride-hailing app and payment solutions provider enter agreement

Mobile on-demand ride-hailing app, LEFA has joined forces with PayToday, a mobile payment solutions provider. The partnership, which was announced on Tuesday, 3 September 2019, aims to give LEFA users the option to use the PayToday mobile app to...

A new ride-hailing app launches in South Africa

Ride-hailing app inDriver has launched in Johannesburg, with 3 000 new drivers already registered on the app. The bargain for a fair price taxi app, used by 22-million people across more than 200 cities, announced their launch with the...

Entrepreneurship in the age of technology in Namibia

Growing up in Namibia there were several careers to choose from we were told. Study hard, become a doctor, lawyer, accountant, nurse or architect. Perhaps even an engineer if you were that way inclined. However, no one ever stimulated...
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