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JOHANNESBURG - Uber Eats drivers are planning a nationwide strike to demand an increase in their fees on Friday.
Last month, drivers brought deliveries in Gauteng to a standstill for two days.
They were protesting against a sharp fall in their income after Uber Eats cut delivery fees.
The company made the move following pressure from restaurants.
Uber drivers are demanding a pick-up fee of R20 and then R6 rand per kilometre after the first 2kilometre's.
They currently get a pick-up fee of R10.