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With violence and threats brewing between metered taxis and ride-hailing services, such as Uber‚ a new taxi-hailing app has arrived that believes it is possible for the apparent rival business platforms to work together.The new app‚ Scoop A Cab‚ which is about to hit South African cities when it goes live text week‚ is taking a different route to that of its competitors by including metered taxis in its online fold. This comes amid ongoing conflict between Uber drivers and metered taxi drivers‚ mainly in Gauteng.The feud — which has turned violent with some drivers being attacked — prompted a petition to counter attacks against Uber and Taxify drivers last month.In June‚ Uber confirmed a brutal attack on a driver in Pretoria‚ who suffered severe injuries after his car was set alight while he was in it. Another Uber driver became a victim of arson after he was attacked and his car burned to ashes.Scoop A Cab‚ which will operate in Bloemfontein‚ East London‚ Pietermaritzburg‚ Johannes...
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