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General Motors East Africa is now Isuzu East Africa

 The change of name took effect from 1st August, 2017 after attaining the required regulatory approvals.   Speaking at Isuzu East Africa offices, Isuzu East Africa Managing Director, Rita  Read More..


Good news for SA! Car sales rise, massive increase in exports - Naamsa

 Cape Town - South Africa’s new vehicle sales grew 4.1% in July with a total of 46 719 units sold, reports the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa  Read More..


And SA's top vehicle brands for customer service are...

 Cape Town -  Buying a car should be a pleasure, so which automakers make sure you drive off with a smile – and deliver a pleasurable experience during car  Read More..


Morocco puts automotive on North Africa's map

 Before the end of next year, Morocco officials hope to announce the name of a third global automaker to build an assembly plant there. The unnamed manufacturer would launch production in the  Read More..


Nissan supports sustainable auto assembly in South Africa

 Nissan is optimistic about the future of automotive manufacturing in South Africa. This is the view of Nissan South Africa’s manufacturing director Joan Busquets, who recently  Read More..


10 women who made an impact in the automotive industry

Cape Town - With South Africa readying to celebrate the strong, powerful and influential women of this country, Wheels24 celebrates the achievements of a handful of women in motoring.   Though  Read More..


Automotive industry Code of Conduct shows progress

 According to Right to Repair SA (R2RSA), progress is being made on a Code of Conduct that will bring much-needed change to the automotive industry.   Gunther Schmitz, vice chairman of  Read More..


Macozoma concerned South Africa may miss out on big electric-vehicle opportunity

 Leading business personality Saki Macozoma has expressed concern that South Africa is not fully aligning its economic and industrialisation plans to areas of future demand, including in the  Read More..


SA auto industry may need to shift gears

 The African export market will likely become increasingly important for South African automotive manufacturers as a growing number of European countries phase out petrol and diesel cars over  Read More..


No fireworks expected for 2018 SA, sub-Saharan new-vehicle markets

 The 2017 new-vehicle market will probably end the year “slightly up” on 2016, says Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) CEO Andrew Kirby.   TSAM’s forecast is for a market  Read More..


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