September 5, 2018

Zbee RS, Cargo & Cargo+ Pre-Order

We have been gearing up to launch our Zbee RS, Cargo and Cargo+ for the past few months, as well as our ridesharing platform Scooter. 


With these models looking to launch in South Africa later in the year, we have been working on fine-tuning our distribution network and identifying various places to have our charging network. For those who are looking to purchase our vehicles and joining our platform as driver-partners, we have also been working on ways of ensuring that current policies do not prevent you from operating. We will be looking to launch the Zbee RS and Zbee Cargo in later parts of 2018. As for the price of our vehicles, this too will be disclosed in due time. We are working with other stakeholders in the industry who believe in our product and can help in making our electric vehicles affordable.

The Zbee is just the beginning for us and we look to improve on a number of components of the vehicle which will lead the change in transportation in Africa. 

For all information inquiries regarding the Zbee and our ride-sharing platform, contact

Pre-Order here.

Green Scooter Team

April, 2018

A South African is taking on Uber and Taxify with scooters – after they rejected his job application ten times

  • Scooter is set to go live in South Africa by September.

  • Founder Fezile Dhlamini launched the business after Uber and Taxify rejected his job application 10 times. 

  • Like the ride-sharing services that didn't want to employee him, Scooter will connect customers to private drivers – only scooter drivers.


James de Villiers , Business Insider SA

April 16, 2018

Rejected by Uber, Fezile Dhlamini kickstarts unique SA e-scooter startup

JOHANNESBURG — South Africa is truly a land of possibilities when you take a listen to Fezile Dhlamini’s story. Unnerved by several rejected job applications at Uber and Taxify, Dhlamini decided to launch his own e-hailing service, but with a difference. His business will only use low-cost, hi-tech electric scooters. After securing some 20 vehicles from Sweden, Dhlamini plans to pilot his business, dubbed ‘Green Scooter’, in September this year in Johannesburg. Take a listen to this truly inspiring story of a young man who has some serious chutzpah.


Gareth van Zyl


19 April, 2018

Scooter: Meet the SA man behind the company that plans to rival Uber

Fezile Dhlamini is a young South African businessman who not only has big goals, but also knows exactly how and when he wants to achieve them. So far, he is on track with many of them. With Uber dominating the South African ridesharing market, Scooter is coming in to shake things up.


Nic Anderson, The South African

April 12, 2018

SA entrepreneur a ride-sharing service, Green Scooter - Fezile Dhlamini

Television interview on SABC Midday News.




April, 2018

GreenScooter: Move over Uber

Millions of unemployed youth have ideas they would love to implement, but only a fraction of them seem to have enough drive to risk it all when given the time and opportunity.

Fezile Dhlamini has not yet made a cent from his business idea but already has hundreds of people anticipating its launch.

Dhlamini plans to launch a service that is meant to compete with services such as Uber.


Lesetja Malope, City Press


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