INTERVIEW | Transaction Capital reckons WeBuyCars could be its biggest business yet

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Before Covid-19, WeByCars was buying and selling about 5 500 cars per month. Now, it trades between 7 000 to 8 000 vehicles per month. Photo: WeBuyCars/Facebook
Before Covid-19, WeByCars was buying and selling about 5 500 cars per month. Now, it trades between 7 000 to 8 000 vehicles per month. Photo: WeBuyCars/Facebook

When Naspers announced its intention to buy WeBuyCars, Transaction Capital started to take notice of the growing used-vehicles trader. Before then, WeBuyCars had not even been on the owner of SA Taxi's radar.

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