South Africa’s largest e-retailer, the Takealot Group, grew revenues by 36% year on year in the six months to 30 September 2021.
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Uber has pledged to increase safety campaigns for food delivery drivers and review the insurance they provide following a recent exposé about the mounting risks faced by drivers.
Jumia Technologies is expanding in online food delivery as the pioneering Africa e-commerce business looks to grow beyond its main market of trading phones and electronics.
Takealot.com, South Africa’s largest online retailer, grew revenue by 41% to $238-million, despite being limited to selling only “essential items” during the hard lockdown earlier this year.
Kim Reid, CEO of South Africa’s largest online retailer, Takealot.com, has made an impassioned plea to government to allow unfettered e-commerce and food delivery as soon as possible.
Naspers has made the first investment through its new Naspers Foundry start-up fund, buying a stake in Internet-based domestic cleaning service SweepSouth for R30-million.
Ride-hailing firm Bolt – formerly known as Taxify – has announced it will launch a food delivery service in South Africa, in the process taking on rivals Uber Eats and Mr D Food.
Naspers said on Friday that it will invest R1.4-billion to help South African technology entrepreneurs grow their start-ups and will invest R4.6-billion over the next three years in the local technology sector.
Across the world, people are ordering dinner to the Eiffel Tower, breakfast on Bondi Beach, lunch alongside the Tokyo Imperial Palace and picnics to Emmarentia Dam. The explosion in app-based food ordering is