The frontline of SA’s bloody political battles

Hundreds have died in politically related violence in the country since 1994. But the pace of targeted killings has once again stepped up dramatically in ...

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A picture of darkness: SA from the outside

A relentless series of incidents is adding up to form an image of a country without integrity

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How digital opportunity is reshaping SA’s shopping centres

SPONSORED | Technology is helping shopping centres serve their customers better than ever before, says Ken Reynolds of Nedbank CIB

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Car makers have work to do to balance the books

SA exported more vehicles than it imported but components still drag the industry into an overall deficit

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Volkswagen SA wastes no time as it heads north

The car maker’s team is not waiting for African markets to grow — it’s going to make things happen

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A cellers’ market for Hyundai

The Korean car maker is powering ahead in new technologies, and setting its sights on leadership in electric vehicles

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SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA: One step forward, two backward in the continent’s car markets

No one doubts the region has great sales potential — but when, oh when, will it be realised?

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No sign of dominoes as GM departs

GM’s disinvestment highlights the challenges facing automotive firms in SA. But there are plenty of reasons to stay

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NEW CARS: A cautious look beyond the yo-yo effect

The new vehicle market has suffered from a kind of corporate bipolar disorder this year, swinging from optimism to gloom, then back to optimism

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THE FUTURE OF DRIVING: Car makers take the wheel

The automobile is being reinvented, along with the way it is used — motor companies are not staying on the sidelines as the world transforms

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Keep it real, say truck makers

Plans to encourage local production of trucks and buses mustn’t ignore reality, says the industry

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Nissan innovates with purpose

The shotgun approach doesn’t work — Nissan makes sure it understands how its new technology will be used

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Ford looks for life-long customers

The damage done by the combustible Kugas was lighter than expected, but Ford is still taking the lessons seriously

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EMPOWERMENT: Industry carrot, government stick for the motor industry

The time for talking transformation is over, says Rob Davies. Has the industry come up with an acceptable compromise?

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Dos Santos hangs on

Angola’s new president Joao Lourenço has little chance of imposing his own stamp on the MPLA, with his predecessor still heading the party and Isabel dos ...

Is the pebble bed nuclear reactor project worth the effort?

After billions were spent on SA’s pebble bed nuclear reactor project, it was abandoned. But it is making a comeback and there is uncertainty about ...

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