An Uber spokesperson told TechCabal: “The current proposed regulations are inconsistent and unclear. We are working to better understand how they will impact the future of our business and network of driver-partners.”
Last week, the Minister of Communication and Digital economy suspended new licencing fees for logistics companies in Lagos. But there are even bigger problems with Nigeria’s new regulations for the logistics sector.
Will it stifle innovation? Nigeria’s Central Bank’s draft regulations for a sandbox for fintechs is a familiar mix of flexibility and rigidity
In the last ten years, there have been conversations about regulating boda bodas in Kampala.
This week, we got the clearest look at what these proposed regulations will look like,
After months of bickering, bike-hailing companies have finally reached an agreement with the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) and Road Transport Employers’ Association of Nigeria (RTEAN), two of the biggest road transport unions in Nigeria. According to sources privy to the discussions, riders affiliated with these startups will buy a ₦500 ($1.38) daily […]
Nigeria’s advertising regulatory body’s plan to vet adverts on social media is in peril after two historical court cases ruled the agency had no jurisdiction over non-members.