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Uber tries out ‘panic buttons’ after rape cases in South Africa

JOHANNESBURG — Uber has not been having an easy ride lately in South Africa. After a string of alleged attacks on passengers triggered safety concerns, the popular app-based car service is rolling out an “SOS” button in some vehicles. Public concerns over the service’s safety have been gathering steam since July, after a woman ordered an […]
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