We have invested heavily in driver and passenger safety - Uber
E-hailing service Uber says its prices have not changed since they launched in 2013.
The Competition Commission's preliminary report and-based public passenger transport had Uber drivers are earning a lot less than what they were in 2013.
Joanne Joseph speaks to Uber Sub-Saharan Africa general manager Alon Lits.
We are the only player in the e-hailing space that holds a waiting list, which means we are monitoring demand and supply in the market.Alon Lits, General manager - Sub-Saharan Africa Uber
We have invested heavily in safety and we have an emergency number available for drivers and passengers.Alon Lits, General manager - Sub-Saharan Africa Uber
At the end of the day, we are building a business and we are earning our service fee and it is important that we are building a sustainable business for Uber.Alon Lits, General Manager - Sub-Saharan Africa Uber
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