WC e-hailing drivers’ strike ends after deal with app companies

After a deal with app companies, the strike for WC e-hailing drivers ends.

The Western Cape e-Hailing Drivers Association has announced its agreement with the app companies it works for.

This comes after drivers staged a three-day absence, raising worries about the unsafe working conditions they were in.

Gugulethu, Philippi, Nyanga, Elsies River, and Khayelitsha were among the hotspots for driver hijacking, according to association chair Siyabonga Hlabisa.

You know, everything is a mess. Because there is n’t even a place for drivers to hide their cars here, they go pick up their customers while they’re hot. Therefore, given all of those problems, we are extremely concerned and believe that we should simply refrain. They have been interacting with the association, but they have never responded.

Additionally, the drivers want to raise the price of rides.

The strike was over, according to Hlabisa, and drivers would resume their duties on Friday.

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