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Uber partner says he's running at a loss

With issues that have arisen between Uber and meter taxi operators, we have heard from meter taxi operators, Uber drivers and customers, as well as government. However, the voice of people in business with Uber has not been heard.

Mpho* is an Uber partner who owns a couple of vehicles registered with Uber. He speaks to John about how owners of the vehicles are affected by the Uber debacle. He says while Uber drivers enjoy the benefits of Uber, vehicle owners are operating at a loss and has been unsuccessful in obtaining a permit from the transport department.

*not his real name

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