Good news for the South African economy and especially for the larger Pretoria region is the increase in jobs at Ford’s Silverton Assembly Plant.
Mercedes-Benz Buses and Putco Limited took another step in their partnership as they cut the ribbon in celebration of the official handover of the 100th bus.
Ford South Africa MD, Neale Hill, anticipates vehicle supply disruptions and vehicle availability challenges in the fourth quarter of this year because of constraints in the supply of semiconductors and computer chips.
JSE-listed automotive group, Motus, is projecting an improvement in annual total industry sales of between 450 000 and 470 000 vehicles during the group’s financial year to end-June 2022.
More than 4 million vehicles and 7 decades later… this is the story of Volkswagen South Africa’s manufacturing plant in Kariega.
New vehicle sales in August 2021 point to a much more resilient market, according to the National Automobile Association (Nada).
FAW says it is well positioned to capitalise on the increased sales momentum that it is experiencing.
Mahindra has introduced a value-focused solution for owners with older commercial vehicles, a welcome way for to keep their cars in tip top condition.
More than 4 300 underprivileged school children in Pretoria and Gqeberha will benefit from an initiative by Ford SA and the non-profit organisation, Future Families, as well as the shoe manufacturer, Veldskoen Shoes.
Saturday (28 August) will see the launch of a new programme that will empower young drivers to become even better drivers through the MasterDrive Youth Driver Programme (MYDP).
Thandeka Ngoma, Consumer Sales Director at Bridgestone Southern Africa, has walked away with top honours in the ‘Positive Role Model in a Multinational Pan-African Company’ category at the 9th Annual 2021 Gender Mainstreaming Awards Southern Africa.
Original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) appear to have changed their vehicle stockholding model, says JSE-listed specialist logistic group, OneLogix.
Despite the latest indicators for the second quarter of 2021 suggesting an uptick in the local car market, the combined effects of the COVID-19 third wave lockdowns and civil unrest could hit the South African automotive industry hard in coming months, TransUnion has warned.