- An Agreement to Increase Automotive Investment in Africa has been signed by AAAM and Afreximbank.
- Kenya Has Timely Power Strategy for Electric Vehicles
- Mobius Switches Gears in an Elusive Quest for an Ideal Kenyan Vehicle.
- Uganda's Auto Business Plans to Start Manufacturing Busses This Year
- Ghana, South Africa to Reap the Benefits of German Auto Industry Cooperation
- Diesel-Powered Bus for Long Runs Rolls Off Kiira Motors Assembly Line in Uganda
- Isuzu East Africa Re-Enters Tanzanian Market with the Opening of a Dealership
- Egypt can become an Automotive Hub says Nissan Africa Chief
- Nissan Appoints Japan Motors as Vehicle Assembly Partner in Ghana
- Scania Introduces Electrically Assisted Steering
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A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed by the African Export-Import Bank (Afreximbank) and the African Association of Automotive Manufacturers (AAAM) for the financing and promotion of Africa's automotive industry. In early February, Afreximbank President Benedict Oramah and AAAM President Mike Whitfield signed a Memorandum of Read More..
Road transportation is rapidly electrifying around the world, owing to its low carbon footprint and rapidly emerging energy battery technology. Kenya has no choice but to start preparing for electric vehicles (EVs), as gasoline and diesel vehicles will be phased out by 2030. It will be a technological and market change with a similar degree of Read More..