More alleged Uber attack victims come forward as app denies its drivers’ involvement

Most of the robberies took place in the late hours, and all the victims said their trips were cancelled after they entered the vehicles

10 August 2023 - 21:20

Police in Pretoria’s eastern parts have confirmed three more cases of robbery where the victims claimed to have crossed paths with their assailants by ordering a ride from the e-hailing app, Uber. ..

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