How Uber won access to world leaders, deceived investigators and exploited violence against its drivers in battle for global dominance
International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, 06 July 2022
When the ride-hailing giant called, powerful politicians answered, leaked text messages and emails reveal.
Uber Files: Drivers to protest low pay, unsafe work after leak
Thomson Reuters Foundation News, 14 July 2022
Uber drivers from South Africa to India say they’re unsurprised by whistleblower Mark MacGann’s Uber Files exposé and still work in dangerous conditions
Bolt drivers in Nigeria are illicitly selling their accounts, putting passengers at risk
rest of world, 01 June 2022
Our investigation found Bolt drivers selling verified accounts to unknown third parties via Facebook groups — even as crimes against passengers spike.
New report from the Lagos Business School and the University of Oxford reveals best and worst practices in the Nigerian platform economy
31 March 2023
Interview with Prof Olayinka David-West: If we don’t start thinking about fairness in the platform economy, we will be dehumanising the Nigerian worker
14 March 2023
Launching Gigpedia: the global database on platform work
1 March 2023
Fairwork Podcast Series 2: OUT NOW!
1 December 2022