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Buyers baulk at cost of 'green' cars
Buyers baulk at cost of 'green' cars
Detroit's motor show opens to the public on January 14 after more than 5 000 journalists from 50-plus countries descended on the city's Cobo...
Volvo recalls nearly 30 000 cars
Volvo recalls nearly 30 000 cars
Volvo said on Monday it would recall 29 299 of its cars worldwide due to a problem with the gear shift that could make it difficult for...
Volvo hit by collapse in truck demand
Volvo hit by collapse in truck demand
Swedish group Volvo, the world's second-largest truck maker by sales, posted a second consecutive quarterly loss on Friday after a collapse in...
Slowing China car sales overshadow Detroit show
Slowing China car sales overshadow Detroit show
China posted a sharp fall in 2008 car sales growth on Monday as makers worldwide grapple with slowing demand, including United States giants...
Motoring diary is a gem for enthusiasts
Motoring diary is a gem for enthusiasts
Stuart Johnston, one of the most knowledgeable motoring scribes in South Africa, has released the 2008 edition of the Motorheads Diary.
Survey: Car service levels still improving
Survey: Car service levels still improving
The cars we buy and the service we get are still getting better and better each year. That's the conclusion reached in the fourth JD Power &...
Rose, Immelman take charge at Augusta
Rose, Immelman take charge at Augusta
Britain's Justin Rose reeled off six birdies in eight holes to share the first-round lead at the US Masters while Tiger Woods laboured to stay in...
Golf looks back on long-overdue triumphs
Golf looks back on long-overdue triumphs
As much as golf looked the same in 2007, some of the greatest triumphs were long overdue.
Rose, Immelman surge ahead
Rose, Immelman surge ahead
A terrific duel between Justin Rose of England and South Africa's Trevor Immelman at the Nedbank Golf Challenge continued at the Gary Player...
Sea blockade sees dry patch for Gaza's fishermen
Sea blockade sees dry patch for Gaza's fishermen
The sun had not long set into the Mediterranean and the fishing launch was motoring out into the rolling sea, only an hour into what was to be a...
All aboard for Polokwane conference
All aboard for Polokwane conference
The first group of delegates to the African National Congress's 52nd national conference arrived at the University of Limpopo on Sunday. Singing...
Beaufort West police seize tonnes of dagga
Beaufort West police seize tonnes of dagga
Three-and-a-half tonnes of dagga worth about R3,4-million were seized by Beaufort West police in one week, Western Cape police said on Friday.

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