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With Cyril Ramaphosa emerging strongly from the ANC policy conference this weekend, his re-election as party president in December looks secure — for now, at least. The race, however, is on for the ...
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Maybe it’s because I’m a peasant but I was relieved to move out of Audi’s luxury Q7 sports utility vehicle recently and into the rather less luxurious Q3. There’s nothing wrong with the Q7. It’s a big, brash, bold vehicle with ridiculous acceleration, more safety and driving features than this article has room for, and bucketloads of space for passengers and luggage.
Easy to drive, it’s ideal for those with families, particularly on long journeys. However, for the five days I drove it, mainly around Johannesburg but also out to Magaliesburg, I couldn’t get excited. It’s an excellent piece of machinery and design and I can understand why some people (those with R1.4m-R1.7m to spare) are fans but it’s not for me...
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