InDrive Introduces 10% Commission Charge for Drivers in Botswana Amidst Bolt's Arrival 🚗 🇧🇼

InDrive Introduces 10% Commission Charge for Drivers in Botswana Amidst Bolt's Arrival 🚗 🇧🇼

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Get ready for a ride-hailing showdown in Botswana as inDrive, the California-based platform, implements a 10% commission for drivers just as Bolt enters the scene. This strategic move aims to fuel further investments in Botswana, marking a shift from inDrive's commission-free model over the past five years. The battle for urban mobility dominance is heating up in this key African market.

- InDrive introduces a 10% commission for drivers in Botswana, coinciding with the entry of rival Bolt on February 28.

- The move is part of inDrive's strategy to invest further in Botswana, considering it a "top priority market."

- Drivers have operated on inDrive without commissions for the past five years; the new charge sparks varying opinions among them.


🚗 Ride-hailing Battle Unfolds in Botswana!

📅 Effective from February 28, inDrive implements a 10% commission for drivers.

🌍 Vincent Lilane, inDrive's representative, emphasizes the move aligns with their commitment to fair urban mobility access in Botswana. 



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