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15
Sep

VAYA ramps up COVID19 fight through aggressive driver testing.

Corona Virus is still a global concern and the increases in new cases each day has propelled businesses to invest in systems which ensure business continuity in these hard times all hinged on exercising greatest safety and precaution for teams coming in to work daily. Transport systems around the world are putting up measures to ensure passengers are protected. In

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15
Jul

COVID-19: Masiyiwa steps up campaign for use of face masks

Source: https://spiked.co.zw/covid-19-masiyiwa-steps-up-campaign-for-use-of-face-masks Businessman and philanthropist Strive Masiyiwa has urged people to wear masks in the fight to combat the spread of the deadly coronavirus.  The AU Special Envoy for COVID-19  wrote:  By now it should be clear to everybody that the most powerful tool to fight CoronaVirus infection is the humble Mask! We have to wear Masks for the next

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21
Jun

VAYA Builds Medical Supplies Platform For AU Countries

On Thursday, President of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa launched the African Medical Supplies (AMS) platform. AMS is an online platform enabling the procurement, coordination and distribution of COVID-19 medical supplies for all AU member states. The development of this pool procurement platform was necessitated by exponential growth in COVID-19 cases and deaths on the continent, shortages of key supplies and

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28
May

VAYA Africa launches electric vehicle, targets African market

Vaya Africa, a ride-hail mobility venture founded by Zimbabwean mogul Strive Masiyiwa, has launched an electric taxi service and charging network in Zimbabwe with plans to expand across the continent. HARARE – Vaya Africa, a Mauritius-registered Transportation as a Service (TaaS) company, has launched an electric vehicle service in Zimbabwe as part of the company’s rollout strategy across Africa. “We

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15
May

VAYA Helps With COVID-19 Safety Compliance Measures

VAYA has partnered with widows from the United Methodist Church in Mabelreign, Harare, to make reusable cloth masks to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus. Following a month-long lockdown which has since been extended by another two weeks, the government has ordered that citizens wear masks in public, in a move meant to arrest the spread of the deadly

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4
May

Vaya Express Medical Deliveries offers free delivery of medicines

VAYA Express, through Vaya Express Medical Deliveries, is now offering free delivery of medical supplies to assist Zimbabweans in need of critical medicines and drugs during the restrictions imposed due the COVID -19 pandemic and beyond. Vaya Express Medical Deliveries is collaborating with Maisha Health Fund (formerly Steward Health) to help people in need to reach pharmacies by managing the

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22
Apr

VAYA Launches Relief Support Arm Offering Essential Distribution, Logistics Support To COVID-19 Donors

VAYA has started offering relief support to organizations involved in distributing material aid to vulnerable groups and communities affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus epidemic. The global pandemic has seen governments in nearly all countries of the world, including Zimbabwe,  enforce ‘lockdowns’ intended to arrest the spread of the highly infectious disease. The lockdowns have however resulted in the unintended consequence

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14
Apr

VAYA Provides Critical Transport Relief During The Lockdown

The outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has forced many countries, including Zimbabwe, to impose 21 to 30-day restrictive lockdown periods – some even longer, where the epidemic has been more widespread. The lockdowns are designed to protect citizens from the spread of the deadly and infectious disease by restricting contact among people. In Zimbabwe, the restriction on movements, which has been

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10
Apr

VAYA provides transport for essential services providers

RIDE-HAILING company, VAYA, is providing transport to commuters offering critical services during the 21-day national lockdown in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus (Covid-19). The outbreak of Covid-19 has forced many countries, including Zimbabwe, to impose 21 to 30-day lockdown periods. The lockdowns are meant to protect citizens from the deadly and infectious disease by restricting contact among

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7
Apr

We are taking extra precautions!

Marie Curie once said: “Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” Everyone around the world is feeling the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic which has been spreading around the world at an exponential rate, but hey ‘this too shall pass’. The

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