Ride Hailing

  • Suzuki_Moove

    Report: Moove & CFAO’s Suzuki Cars Receives Zero-Safety Rating.

    The Suzuki brand of vehicles from CFAO Motors and Vehicle Financing startup, Moove received zero safety ratings and are declared dangerous for our roads. For its mobility entrepreneurs in Ghana and Nigeria, Moove, an African mobility fintech firm, partnered with CFAO Motors, the continent’s most prominent automotive distribution network...
  • Vaya_Mobile

    Vaya, Zimbabwe’s ride-hailing service debut operations in Harare.

    A ride-hailing service, Vaya launched by Cassava Smartech, an Econet Wireless company will be available to commuters in the country’s capital, Harare from 2019. Zimbabwe now has an app based ride-hailing service which will first be available in the capital, Harare. Known as Vaya Lift, the service has been...
  • Uber launches in Accra, Ghana, becoming the network’s 467th city.

    Uber has officially launched its taxi app in Ghana’s capital city, Accra, and is enthusiastic to explore the city’s possibilities. The global ride-hailing app, Uber has named Accra as the latest African city to join Uber’s expanding network. Due to the city’s thriving urban population, Accra’s 2.27 million residents...
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