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E-Hailing drivers park their cars for 3-day strike

E-hailing service drivers across Gauteng marched in Pretoria, South Africa to hand over a list of their complaints and want the department of Trade, Industry and Competition to intervene in both the classification and regulation of the e-hailing industry, which they claim is exploiting drivers.

LN24SA news reporter Jackie Tieties filed this report.

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