The car-hailing app is aiming to become an all-in-one travel solution for the region


Uber will be expanding its services in the sub-Saharan Africa by offering more services from its fleet. In a step towards the creation of Uber for Everything the service now provides services for rush deliveries of food or product delivery.

While Uber found legendary success hailing cars for single trips, the app is now set to conquer another challenge in developing cities: local logistics. With a scrambled network of roads and hard-to-find addresses, Uber plans to tap into its pool of local drivers to get work done.

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