Ride-hailing drivers, delivery workers hardest hit by inflation – report
Modern Ghana, 09 November 2022
A joint report by the University of Ghana Business School and the University of Oxford says ride-hailing drivers and delivery workers have been at the mercy of Ghana's unbridled rise in inflation.
Rising fuel prices put ride-hailing drivers at a loss – Fairwork report
The Independent Ghana, 10 November 2022
A 2022 Fairwork report has disclosed that ride-hailing drivers in the country are struggling to make ends meet due to rising inflation, fuel price hikes and poor working conditions.
The Pulse – Zoom session with Dr. Budu
Joy News, 04 November 2022
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Drivers on digital platforms earning below minimum wage
Daily Graphic, 06 November 2022
Drivers and riders offering ride-hailing and delivery services using digital platforms are running at a loss and are sometimes unable to earn the minimum wage of GH¢13.53 a day, a research has found.
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