Uber has announced its continued investment in Soweto with the launch of Uber Eats.
The food delivery service is now available in Soweto.
Customers from Jabulani, Pimville, Orlando East and Diepkloof can now order from restaurants including Just Badela, Chaf Pozi and Moja Cafe – using Uber Eats.
In another first for Soweto, Uber Eats will offer local residents the chance to deliver food using a bicycle, with the peace of mind safety is a top priority thanks to offering Injury Protection.
Uber Eats has transformed food delivery in South Africa by making a wide selection of food options conveniently available in one place and delivered fast and fresh. Users have access to thousands of affordable meals, with intuitive menus and personalised recommendations, no minimum basket size, and different payment options. Best of all, orders are delivered reliably and at Uber speed, for just R10.00 a delivery.
From local restaurants to national chains, the Uber Eats app is helping support the growth of restaurants big and small by providing them with the technology to adapt and thrive in the growing food delivery market.
In Soweto Uber Eats is partnering with hundreds of local restaurants, such as Just Badela, a fine dining Kasi style food and wine restaurant which has been in operation since 2016.
In Soweto, Uber Eats is aiming to create hundreds of flexible work opportunities for local residents, including partnering with Kliptown Youth Program to help unemployed youth (18 years+) earn some money as delivery-partners.
Eaters can order through the app from 10:00 am until 10:00 PM, seven days a week.