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Financial education initiative to help manage your finances.
Driver-partners across South Africa are extremely important to Uber and for this reason Uber partners with local companies to provide tools for driver-partners to succeed with their own small businesses.
Uber recently partnered with two great companies, KaeloXelus, to give driver-partners access to an occupational health product offering, and Old Mutual, to offer free Money Management Courses to driver-partners across South Africa.
KaeloXelus will provide driver-partners access to Myhealth, one of their packages. For only R73 including VAT per week, driver-partners can enjoy comprehensive private primary care with a host of extended benefits through a national network of professional, private healthcare providers, including doctors, dentists, optometrists and pharmacists.
To further benefit driver-partners, the Old Mutual partnership will offer free workshops on money management to Uber drivers across South Africa. The course is designed to help people understand basic money principles, develop healthy savings habits and create financial wellbeing.
Driver-partners can access these two offerings directly through Uber’s ‘Marketplace’ platform, which strives to help partners get more for their money by giving them access to various discount deals in their city, from cheaper maintenance products to discounted data bundles.
Alon Lits, General Manager for Uber Sub-Saharan Africa, explains, “We are committed to supporting all the drivers who use the Uber app. We’re always ensuring that Uber is an attractive platform for them to build a small business, so we are really excited to be partnering with KaeloXelus and Old Mutual to add value to the lives of driver-partners.”
John Manyike, Head of Financial Education at Old Mutual, says Old Mutual feels privileged to play a role in helping Uber’s entrepreneurs to make the most of their hard-earned money. “Small businesses are key to driving inclusive economic growth in South Africa – and their success will ultimately benefit us all.”
Drivers can view a list of offers from Uber’s corporate partners.