Uber has new South African rival

Travelers in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban now have a new application they can download to request a ride.

Jozibear CEO, Craig Geswindt, says the Jozibear app is similar to Uber but they offer cheaper prices.

We are the only company in South Africa that interviews our drivers face-to-face.

Craig Geswindt, Jozibear CEO

Geswindt says they are currently looking for drivers in East London.

Listen to the full interview below...


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