At a virtual transport portfolio committee meeting held in the last week of August, KZN’s MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Bheki Ntuli gave reprieve for dealerships who have been struggling to get new trade plates and roadworthy certificates before the expiry deadline on 31 August.
The organisation previously known as the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of SA, has revealed its new corporate website and has updated social media channels and with it a fresh and dynamic new corporate image.
South Africa’s breading ground of top automotive executives has produced yet another world leader – this time Trevor Hill, head of the Audi brand, who leaves Audi South Africa at the end of August 2020 after a three-year stint back in his homeland.
We spoke to the General Manager at Mitsubishi Motors South Africa, Nic Campbell, and now also the Sales and Marketing Manager at the brand. Dealerfloor got hold of him to ask him a few questions.
The road to recovery for the South African economy is a long and laborious one. The economy was slowly but surely declining before Covid-19.
Suzuki South Africa is moving to a larger warehouse and head office facility in Johannesburg.
Interesting facts and figures about the Central Region in South Africa – North West, Free State and Northern Cape.
Over the past 18 months, some of the most prominent auto-brands – including VW, Toyota, MINI, BMW and Nissan – have updated or completely redesigned their visual brand identities to a more digital friendly image.
Renai Moothilal says South Africa can benefit from the global shift to making electric drivetrains, despite electric drive trains having far fewer parts than fossil fuel engines.
With the July monthly sales figures recently released, Dealerfloor chatted to Mark Dommisse, Chairperson of the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) about the current situation of the car market.
Two key pieces of good news emerged for car sellers from KPMG’s 21st Global Automotive Executive Survey.
New-vehicle sales will remain under pressure for the next two years.
Another South African-based executive is joining a host of global CEOs who have made their mark in the automotive industry in the challenging market at the southern tip of the African continent.