SA's first bike and scooter sharing business to launch in Joburg

South Africa's first bike and scooter sharing business, iBoni, plans to introduce commuters to a sustainable method of transport, and get people cycling.

The business is currently in the concept phase, with plans to launch in Johannesburg before expanding to major cities across the country.

702's John Robbie spoke to founder of the concept, Fikile Magadlela, about what inspired his innovative idea.

Listen to the interview below:

We want to introduce sustainable transportation within South Africa's major cities. Problems signal opportunities.

Fikile Magadlela, founder of iBoni

Currently, we have a grant from the City of Joburg. You might see us in Sandton in the next few weeks.

Fikile Magadlela, founder of iBoni

Our approach is to start with a lean approach. Ideally a system like what we have in London and Paris.

Fikile Magadlela, founder of iBoni
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