How Much Does Uber Drivers Earn In South Africa

Uber allows people who own a vehicle to sign up and become a driver, and passengers who want to have a ride can call for a car using the Uber app on their smartphone. Then an Uber driver is called to the passenger’s location to pick up the passenger and take the passenger to their destination.

Uber Drivers Salary In South Africa

The average Uber Driver monthly pay in South Africa is approximately R 6 103, which is 28% below the national average.

What is Uber and how does it work?

Uber is a platform where those who drive and deliver can connect with riders, eaters, and restaurants.

In cities where Uber is available, you can use the Uber app to request a ride.

When a nearby driver accepts your request, the app displays an estimated time of arrival for the driver heading to your pickup location.

How does Uber earn money?

Since it doesn’t employ drivers, it doesn’t own the money generated through rides.

In fact, Uber’s revenue model is a commission-based model where it charges a 20-25% fee (that differ for different geographies and class of vehicles) on all fares for the use of its brand and services by the driver.

Which car is best for Uber in South Africa?

A compact or subcompact vehicle such as a Toyota Yaris or Toyota Corolla makes for great urban cars to use when working as an Uber Driver.

They are economical to run, offer great fuel consumption, and are easy to guide through even the worst traffic.

How much is uber per km in South Africa?

In South Africa, you can currently only find Uber operating in Cape Town, Johannesburg, Pretoria, and Durban, but Uber has hinted at future expansion across South Africa.

Uber trip prices are generally pretty reasonable – with a minimum fare of R20 and about R7 per/km (with Uber X).