Drivers moving it to Takealot online shopping mall have launched a protest in Durban and surrounding areas, in KwaZulu-Natal, demanding an increase in their fares.
It is estimated that at least 600 drivers have demolished equipment.
They are looking for an R5 increase per delivery where they claim the company is giving them R1 only for transmission.
These drivers – who use their own cars to deliver goods to merchants on behalf of online retailers – speak up because of the high fuel prices they are struggling with. able to benefit.
“We have approached our franchise owner and regional manager in KwaZulu-Natal for a request to increase our income from R25 for food and R16 for packages to R5 per person. service only offers an increase of R1. In the wake of rising fuel prices, it is still expected that we will maintain our car and buy air time to contact customers. “
Meanwhile, the Durban headquarters of Takealot have sent inquiries to its national office.
Takealot and KZN drivers protest over pay – SABC News
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