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E-hailing strike fall-out: Bolt bans drivers and passengers for ‘intimidating, threatening’ non-striking drivers

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Uber, Bolt, Didi and Indrive drivers are protesting over the lack of regulation and app firm exploitation. Photo: Luba Lesolle/Gallo Images
Uber, Bolt, Didi and Indrive drivers are protesting over the lack of regulation and app firm exploitation. Photo: Luba Lesolle/Gallo Images

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Gareth Taylor, Bolt’s southern Africa manager, told City Press on Thursday: “Bolt confirms that some drivers have been permanently blocked from using the platform because they intimidated non-protesting drivers, threatened others with physical harm, or inflicted physical harm on other drivers or their property during the March 22-24 protest.”

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