- Toyota Has Teamed Up With Sasol, a South African Oil Company, To Develop Hydrogen-Powered Mobility
- South Africa’s Automotive Industry Looks at Opportunities in West Africa
- 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
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Toyota, a Japanese automaker, has teamed up with Sasol, a South African energy company, to create a green hydrogen-powered mobility ecosystem. The proposal was revealed at an event this week co-hosted by EE Business Intelligence and the British High Commission in South Africa called the "2nd Renewable Hydrogen and Green Powerfuels Webinar Read More..
South Africa is entering the Ghanaian and other West African aftermarkets for automobiles.This comes after Supreme Spring, a subsidiary of Metair, a JSE-listed firm, and Springs and Bolts Company Limited Ghana signed a ground-breaking memorandum of understanding (MOU). The signing was applauded by the African Association of Automobile Read More..