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Why is Bolt Kenya’s “Women Only” Category More Expensive?

A few days ago, Bolt quietly launched a "Women Only" category for its Kenyan arm, where users can choose to be driven by women drivers in a move that is supposed to make female riders who use the service...

Bolt Launches ‘Women Only’ Ride Hailing Service

Bolt has launched a 'Women Only' service that enables female passengers to request rides from female drivers only – their request for a ride will not be visible to male drivers. Drivers and passengers utilising Bolt’s Women Only service are...

Bolt Introduces New Protective Ride Option in Kenya

Ride-hailing service, Bolt has announced that will be taking extra precautions to ensure the safety of its drivers and passengers during the COVID-19 pandemic. "We remain cognizant of the fact that even during the virus outbreak, some people still need...

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...

Shared transportation startup launches in South Africa

Zeelo has been operating in South Africa for over a year and to date, it has transported over 18,000 passengers. However, the platform is now only officially launching in the country after first establishing its market in the UK.  The...
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Oracle’s Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner

Infobip, a global cloud communications platform and a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), has strengthened its collaboration with...
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