Land Rover discovering a brand new generation

Land Rover’s fifth generation Discovery is now available in SA, but does it continue the heritage of its predecessors, asks Lerato Matebese

Kia Picanto — from bargain basement to a tech savvy model

Kia has introduced its latest generation Picanto but it has evolved from the cheap, simple car it once was, says Mark Smyth

Audi’s A8 executive makeover more than skin deep

So much self-driving tech, so much wasted opportunity for Audi’s limousine, writes Michael Taylor

McLaren 720S — perfection that takes every day seriously

While in the UK, Mark Smyth found out whether the new McLaren 720S is as good as we have heard it is

On the recall trail

There have been a raft of vehicle recall announcements over the past few days

Hyundai’s i30N hot hatch shoots for the GTi

Hyundai just started moving a lot faster, writes Michael Taylor

Mercedes E400 convertible is all about calm cruising

Bigger, better and smoother, the classic Benz convertible gets better with age, says Michael Taylor

Sponsor continues to make a mark

Mark Smyth reports on the successes and failures of the famous Martini Racing stripes

The high costs of keeping a car on the road

A recent survey shows that shopping around for the best servicing labour rate can pay dividends

Expert advice on investing in the classics

The upcoming Historic Automobile Group International conference will provide insight into collecting and investing in classic cars

Teams show off their endurance and skills

It was a motorsport-filled weekend from both an international and local perspective

Latin dance hit ‘Despacito’ becomes the most streamed song in history

The original and remixed versions reach 4.6-billion streams across platforms including YouTube and Spotify

Merc bakkie makes its international debut in the Cape

The Mercedes-Benz X-Class shares its underpinnings with the Nissan Navara, but looks quite distinct

Collection of tributes lets Mazrui live again

Colleagues and fellow Africans appraise the prolific work of the late public intellectual from Kenya

Rigorous playbook has blind spot on Africa’s Big Men

Making Africa Work lacks a sense of history and portrays an unrealistically optimistic view of Africa

Facing retrenchment? This is what you need to know

One of the most important things to remember, is that packages can be negotiated — you may not succeed, but it’s worth trying for a better offer, writes Madge ...

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