A South African is taking on Uber and Taxify with scooters – after they rejected his job application...

A South African is taking on Uber and Taxify with scooters – after they rejected his job application ten times

Scooter is set to go live in South Africa by September. Founder Fezile Dhlamini launched the business after Uber and Taxify rejected his job application 10 times. Like the ride-sharing services that didn't want to employee him, Scooter will connect customers to private drivers – only scooter drivers.

Certainly, something to watch and I hope these scooters are also available for purchase.

See https://www.businessinsider.co.za/south-african-takes-on-uber-and-taxify-with-scooter-company-after-they-rejected-his-job-application-ten-times-2018-4


A South African is taking on Uber and Taxify with scooters – after they rejected his job application ten times
26-year old Fezile Dhlamini decided to go it alone with electric scooters from Sweden.

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