Many people in the food and hospitality industry are being affected by the Covid-19 lockdown regulations, but together as a country, we can help by opting for take-aways and having it conveniently delivered to you. Thanks to Uber Eats, ordering in just got a whole lot easier.
According to IOL, customers are able to give back to restaurants and the people who deliver the food. Your money fully goes to the restaurant and you can even thank and tip the person making the delivery in the app after each trip.
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All restaurants are able to approach app platforms to ensure business to their customers without any additional costs. Uber Eats is open to guiding new restaurant partners with data and analytics, with the aim of growing new restaurants.
They also plan to continue supporting delivery people, customers, and business partners – large or small. Follow Uber Eats on socials or visit www.ubereats.com/za to explore the restaurants in your area, and also to keep your eyes peeled for local deals. Delivery is free until July 11 when you order through the Uber Eats app.