R150m BMW Supertech dealership launches in Pinetown

It is all systems go for the brand new R150 million BMW Supertech Pinetown Dealership, which was launched spectacularly on Friday evening to 350 invited guests. The dealership has changed the landscape in the area offering excellent customer care at one of the finest BMW dealership establishments in the country. Over 350 individuals from BMW […]

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Audi’s Q4 e-tron concept previews 2020 production model

 Audi is amping up its electric car effort with a total of five battery powered vehicles set to hit showrooms by the end of 2020, and one of them will be a production version of the Q4 e-tron, revealed at the Geneva Motor Show on Tuesday. Crafted around the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform for upcoming electric […]

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Zimbabwean Stephanie Travers is new Mercedes-AMG F1 Trackside Fluid Engineer

24 year-old Zimbabwean Stephanie Travers is the 2019 PETRONAS Trackside Fluid Engineer, beating over 7,000 applicants for the lucrative job. She will work with five-time F1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton, providing Mercedes-AMG PETRONAS Motorsport, with a comprehensive suite of fluid support services during the 2019 season. #CoolestJob     Stephanie Travers was part of the […]

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Japan’s Subaru plans biggest-ever global recall over brake lights

Subaru Corp plans to recall around 2.3 million vehicles globally over a brake light problem, in what would be the automaker’s biggest-ever recall as it grapples with a series of quality-related issues following rapid expansion. Japan’s sixth-largest automaker told Reuters on Friday that it was recalling nearly 2 million of its popular Impreza and Forester […]

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Thousands of travellers scramble after Thai Airways cancels flights over Pakistan

Thousands of travellers were left scrambling on Thursday when Thai Airways International cancelled more than a dozen flights to and from Europe after Pakistan closed its airspace amid rising tensions with India. Flights to and from London, Munich, Paris, Brussels, Milan, Vienna, Stockholm, Zurich, Copenhagen, Oslo, Frankfurt and Rome had been scheduled to fly over […]

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Comair to take delivery of first of eight Boeing 737 MAX 8s

South African-based airline Comair said on Wednesday the airline’s British Airways fleet. Comair operates domestic routes as a British Airways franchisee and also operates as a low-cost carrier under its own kulula.com brand. The 737 MAX range is the latest incarnation of the most popular jet aircraft ever and is equipped with the latest technology […]

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Hyundai Mobis returning $2.3bn to shareholders, but rejects Elliott proposals

Hyundai Mobis Co Ltd, under pressure from activist investor Elliott Management Corp to address its excess capital and governance structure, announced a smaller-than-sought 2.6 trillion won ($2.3 billion) shareholder return package. The de facto holding company of South Korea’s top automaker Hyundai Motor rejected a 2.5 trillion won dividend demanded by Elliott and also new […]

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BAIC sets new timelines for projected SA vehicle plant

Beijing Automotive International Corporation (BAIC), the Chinese state-owned company that committed to invest R11 billion in South Africa, now claims that production was set to commence before the end of this year at its vehicle plant in Coega. South Africa’s Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) has a 35 percent shareholding in the project. BAIC in July held what […]

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How to be safe when travelling with Uber

Technology apps like Uber have improved safety by creating accountability and transparency where previously there was none. However, when it is time to request a ride, there are times you’re unsure about what to do. Simply request a ride, wait inside and remember to tick off the following before you hop in the vehicle: Verify […]

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