Vaya is one of the first on demand app based cab services to operate on a large scale in Zimbabwe. Vaya is owned by Cassava Smartech under (Cassava on Demand Services) a subsidiary of Econet. The Service was launched in 2018 and it has been expanding since.
How much is Vaya in Zimbabwe?
At the moment, with fuel prices in Vaya’s first market of Zimbabwe at around $1.20 a liter, the average trip distance is 22 kilometres for a price of $19, according to Econet Group’s Oswald Jumira.
How do I join Vaya Africa?
How To Become A Vaya Lift Driver
- 2 passport size photos.
- Copy of your driver’s license.
- Copy of national Identity or passport.
- Proof of Address /Residence.
- Police Clearance.
- Copy of Insurance Cover Note.
- Copy of Registration Book.
- The photo of the vehicle you intend to use commute people.
How much does Vaya charge per km?
Vaya Africa on Twitter: “Hi @chelleswaCleo, our Vaya basic charge is now $3.83 per km.
When was Vaya launched in Zimbabwe?
On May 28, 2020, Vaya Africa, a company registered in Mauritius, responsible for the transport of people and goods in Africa and the generation of adjacent revenues in this sector, launched a new product on the Zimbabwean market. It is the electric vehicles called “Vaya Electric”.
Is Uber in Zimbabwe?
Zimbabwe isn’t virgin ground for ride-hailing services with services like Handei and G-Taxi launching there since 2016, but crucially for Vaya Lift, neither Uber nor Taxify—the continent’s two biggest ride-hailing companies—operate in the country.
How do I contact Vaya?
Alternatively, shoot us an email using the contact form.
- FAQs. Check out our online support.
- Live Chat. Monday to Friday: 8:00am to 7:00pm, Saturday and Sunday 10:00am to 6:00pm AEST.
- Post. Vaya Pty Ltd, PO BOX R1861 ROYAL EXCHANGE NSW 1225.