Nissan Group of Africa is to reorganise its operations under a single Africa region in line with its global Nissan Next strategy.
New vehicle sales registered in November 2020 showed some signs of better months to come, with sales again improving month-on-month since the COVID-19 lockdown.
China is expected to dominate the global electric vehicle (EV) market in the future, according to Dr Martyn Davies, MD emerging markets and Africa at Deloitte and African automotive lead partner.
South African auto consumers rely heavily on dealerships for advice and support in their decision-making process, even though online platforms are rapidly changing the landscape, placing pressure on dealers to clearly define their role.
Road traffic and transport legislation consultant, Alta Swanepoel and LexisNexis have made available an online course to unpack the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences, or AARTO system, for fleet managers and executives.
They normally say the Toyota Land Cruiser is bulletproof meaning that it is utterly reliable. But now it is also literally bulletproof.
Dealers can play a significant role in the planned value-chain expansion of the auto industry across Africa, according to panellists the at Hypermobility 2020 Conference, organised by Messe Frankfurt and Naamsa earlier this week.
An open letter to the Honourable Minister Fikile Mbalula.
The South African economy is only in late 2024 or 2025 expected to get back to the same level it was in 2019, says Absa chief economist Jeff Gable.
The Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa (FMCSA) has commenced with the first phase of its Project Blue Oval renewable energy programme, which aims to make the plant 100% carbon neutral and energy self-sufficient by 2024.
The Automobile Association of South Africa (AA) has been highly critical of government proposals to amend the Road Traffic Act to reduce the legal alcohol limits to zero, claiming the proposals - if they become law - will criminalise innocent motorists and are unlikely to have the results authorities think they will.
The automotive industry has contributed to a much faster than expected recovery in manufacturing output in South Africa.
Motus, the vehicle business of Imperial Holdings that was unbundled and separately listed on the JSE, has launched its dedicated vehicle shopping website.