Rejected by Uber, Fezile Dhlamini Kickstarts Unique SA E-Scooter Startup

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Publication Date:
24 April 2018
South Africa, Economy, Business and Finance, Innovation, Transport and Shipping

South Africa is truly a land of possibilities when you take a listen to Fezile Dhlamini's story. Unnerved by several rejected job applications at Uber and Taxify, Dhlamini decided to launch his own e-hailing service, but with a difference. His business will only use low-cost, hi-tech electric scooters. After securing some 20 vehicles from Sweden, Dhlamini plans to pilot his business, dubbed 'Green Scooter', in September this year in Johannesburg. Take a listen to this truly inspiring story of a young man who has some serious chutzpah. - Gareth van Zyl

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