For a number of years, South African women have been calling for an e-hailing cab service that makes safety its first priority. IOL_ Lifestyle
CheufHer is a new ride hail service that connects female drivers with female passengers via an app.
The service will be rolled out in Cape Town, and then make an appearance in Johannesburg. "Whether riding in the backseat or driving up front, every part of the ChaufHer experience has been designed around your safety and security. Our professional female drivers are properly vetted and have an SOS button at their fingertips," says the website.
So, how does it differ from other apps? With CheufHer both the driver and riders are comprehensively vetted, with each registration thoroughly checked ahead. Also, only women and children are allowed as passengers.Read more: IOL News
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