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Taxify offers health benefits to drivers

Transportation app, Taxify, is deepening its relationship with its driver-partners in Nigeria by offering health benefits to eligible drivers.
Two boys ride their bikes past taxis parked roadside during a strike against the online ride-hailing services in downtown Lisbon on September 26, 2018. - AFP PHOTO - Francisco LEONG

Portuguese taxis stiffen anti-Uber strike with protests

Striking taxi drivers blocked traffic in major Portuguese cities Wednesday and converged on parliament to protest a law that sets working conditions for rival app-based ride-sharing companies such as Uber.
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Taxify driver suspended for ‘sexually assaulting’ drunk passenger

E-hailing taxi app, Taxify Nigeria, on Thursday pulled a driver off the road for allegedly confessing to sexually assaulting a drunk passenger.

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