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By COLLINS OMULO From Daily Nation In Summary Since its launch in January 2015 in Nairobi, the company has faced several challenges and resistance from regular taxi operators. In June, 2016 the company slashed its prices by 35 percent in reaction to another competitor, Little Cabs. The government has called on Uber to audit its pricing mechanisms in order to…
Story By JAMES MBAKA, @ONCHIRIMBAKA of The Star A parliamentary committee yesterday said it will put in place stringent regulations to control digital taxis. The Transport committee, chaired by Starehe MP Maina Kamanda, said the new regulations include fare capping. This will ensure that both traditional taxi drivers and those who operate using apps benefit from pricing models. The committee…