- 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
- Topmost Bus Company GABS in Cape Town Becomes a Net Exporter of Green Energy
- Plentywaka Collaborates with Innoson Vehicle Manufacturing (IVM)
- Project Rebuilding by Nissan in Zimbabwe
- Made-In-India Toyota Starlet Launched In South Africa
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The German Ambassador to Ghana, Christoph Retzlaff, has announced that Ghana will be one of two African countries to benefit from the German Auto Cooperation Agreement. On Saturday, 20 February 2021, he posted on Twitter that the Association of German Car Makers, VDA, "is launching an initiative to strengthen cooperation with Africa. Ghana Read More..
Kiira Motors, Uganda's automotive startup, is expanding its range of offerings to the market as it spans domestic motor vehicle manufacturing and assembly. On February 17, another bus model, the Kayoola Diesel Bus (KDC), will be launched to complement the Kayoola EVS, which operates exclusively on electricity. Powered by a Cummins Read More..