Uber’s food delivery service, UberEats, is expanding its footprijnt in South Africa, growing to new suburbs in Johannesburg and Cape Town.
From Thursday, UberEats is also available in areas north-west of Johannesburg such as Roodepoort, Honeydew and Weltevredenpark.
In Cape Town, hungry users can now use the app to order food in the southern suburbs of Rondebosch, Newlands, Claremont, Bishopscourt and Mowbray.
The expanded geographic footprint comes as Uber plans to grow the number of couriers and restaurants on the UberEats platform.
“Jo’burg and Cape Town have been great and we’re excited about the potential,” said UberEats restaurant operation manager Dave Kitley in a statement.
Meals can be requested for delivery in Johannesburg from 7am to 10pm and in Cape Town from 10am to 10pm, with a R20 delivery fee. Users can track delivery in the app. – © 2017 NewsCentral Media