Zimbabwe isn't virgin ground for ride-hailing services with services like Handei and G-Taxi launching there since 2016, but crucially for Vaya Lift, neither Uber nor Taxify - the continent's two biggest ride-hailing companies—operate in the country.
According to TechZim, Vaya Lift is the newest kid on the block as far as ride-sharing services apps are concerned, in Zimbabwe. Many people, both ride-hailers and car owners, are curious to know how it works.
What you need to become a Vaya Driver
2 passport size photos Copy of your driver’s license Copy of national Identity or passport Proof of Address /Residence Police Clearance Copy of Insurance Cover Note Copy of Registration Book The photo of the vehicle you intend to use commute people
After you gather all these documents, you submit them to Vaya Lift. Once your application is passed successful, you would have to download the Vaya Partner App and you start to earn some extra dollars by commuting people in your own free time.