Bolt, the company formerly known as Taxify, has launched a lower-cost ride-hailing service that it claims is the cheapest in South Africa.
Ride-hailing company Bolt Technology, formerly known as Taxify, is seeking credit support from the Estonian government after banks turned down requests for loans.
Bolt, the ride-hailing service formerly known as Taxify, said it has begun operating a food-delivery business in its native Estonia, and will launch in other European and African countries next year.
South Africans have yet another electronic ride-hailing option available to them with the launch of a homegrown e-hailing app called Taxi Live Africa.
In this episode of the podcast, Duncan McLeod is joined by Rifqa Carr of ride-hailing service inDriver, which is newly launched in South Africa.
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.
Uber rival Taxify is changing its name to Bolt, the Internet ride-hailing company said on Thursday.
Uber rival Taxify said on Tuesday that it has expanded its South African operations to include the coastal towns of Plettenberg Bay, George, Knysna and Mossel Bay.
Ride-hailing service Taxify – a direct competitor to market leader Uber – said on Thursday that it is now directly integrated with Google’s Maps app in South Africa.
Uber Eats and Mr D Food may soon have a more formidable competitor. Ride-hailing firm and Uber rival Taxify and homegrown food delivery company OrderIn announced on Tuesday that they have partnered