She said the organisation requested a meeting with the police minister Fikile Mbalula and minister of transport Joe Maswanganyi to resolve the situation.
This comes after an Uber partner driver, Lindelani Mashau, died on Monday after suffering serious burn wounds.
"We do not set the prices or have anything to do with requirements, we are just drivers trying to make a living", said Munchick. This driver-partner is a part of our community.
Uber Africa spokeswoman Samantha Allenberg said it was aware of the intimidation against driver-partners and riders at Gautrain stations.
"Our hearts and thoughts are with his family during this hard time and we will continue to offer our support.We are assisting the police in their investigation in every way possible".
According to a report by eNCA, Lindelani Mashau was in his auto when he was approached by unknown men who attacked him and set his vehicle alight outside Loftus Versveld in Pretoria late last month.
Meter taxi drivers and Uber drivers have levelled allegations of intimidation against one another as the recent clash between them intensifies.
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In May a year ago, shots were fired in Johannesburg's Sandton financial district as drivers attacked Uber counterparts in a territorial dispute between workers for the United States ride-hailing service and traditional taxi motorists.
Meanwhile Uber South Africa has also alleged that their drivers and clients have been intimidated at Gautrain Stations.
Allenberg said that while Uber tries all it can to ensure drivers' safety, it can't do it alone and will need to work together with government and security entities to do this.
Uber has hired private security teams to patrol at some locations, and launched an emergency phone line.
"Using violence and intimidation to limit consumer choice is unacceptable to us, to anyone for that matter", Allenberg said.
Police spokesperson Kay Makhubela said: "We will be changing the case from attempted murder to murder and malicious damage to property and our investigation continues".