They work together and play together. For the Van Rooyen family from Upington in the Northern Cape, this goes hand in hand with the successful running of the well-known Thys Auto Used Vehicles Dealership.
Cape Town customers can look forward to expanding their brand insights into the Stellantis stable with the addition of the Peugeot and Citroën brands onto the showroom floor at William Simpson’s Tokai dealership.
Any bike enthusiast worth his or her salt will know the Suzuki Hyabusa, the brand’s fire-breathing superbike-cum-tourer.
COVID-19 made us realise just how much more effective a business can be run by looking at expenses and cutting unnecessary costs to the bone.
The well-known NGO, Gift of the Givers, received a strong boost with donations and assistance from Motus Holdings Limited.
Their love for Nissan and the retail motor business is a family affair. With dad, mom, son, daughter and son-in-law all involved in the motoring trade, true passion is not hard to find in this family.
The recovery in the demand for new vehicles after the initial lockdown scare, is surprisingly good, especially in Rustenburg.
“Being an independent new car retail dealership has its advantages”, says Anru de Wet, the co-owner and Dealer Principal of Klein Karoo Toyota in Oudtshoorn.
For more than a century, Vereeniging and the surrounding Vaal auto enthusiasts have been proudly serviced by Team Vaal and its subsidiaries, which currently include Mazda Vereeniging, Vereeniging Motors and Dutton Motors in Sasolburg.
Kia South Africa – through its local holding company, Motus – is participating in the Youth Employment Service (YES) programme, which calls on business to assist government in creating critical work experience opportunities for young people across the country.
Travelling on the N3 on your way to the south coast is an experience many if not most people living inland are all too familiar with. And the trip wouldn’t be the same without a stopover in the Free State town of Harrismith just before crossing into KwaZulu-Natal.
Be better tomorrow than today and be better today than yesterday. This is the motto he adheres to in his day-to-day running of the dealership he has been put in charge off.
A story of a dream come true for Robert Maposa (43), a gardener at one stage and now an LLB-graduate receiving his first car.