Ray Leathern

Track attack: SA’s trackday culture

Ray Leathern explains why open trackdays around South Africa are becoming commonplace.

Something for everyone

Promising one of the biggest display sets at Jims this year is Nissan, which is unveiling the ''Godzilla''.

Economy in scale

This replacement for the stoic, 37-year-old 1400 bakkie or "Champ" is one of a kind for Nissan South Africa.

Carving out a niche

On the face of it Audi bringing its A3 Cabriolet to SA shores makes as much sense as sunscreen on a summer's day. But is there anything really there?

Jo’burg to Cape Town … on a tank and a jerrycan

Toyota has made great claims about the Prius's fuel economy, so Ray Leathern figured he would drive it from Jo'burg to Cape Town.

Bright sparks or empty tins?

The high levels of graduate unemployment provoke a key question: What have higher education institutions done to involve students in quality assurance structures concerning their own studies? Revisiting the past may help to shed some light.

Vibrant music scene promises something for everyone

Something for everyone, is the mission statement of a programme designed as a total experience for the music-lover.

Water Berry the pick of the crop

With the champagne flavour of last week's Durban July still tickling the palate, Sunday's feature at Scottsville takes on a decidedly bread-and-butter taste.

What’s in a name

Robert Kirby on the issue of renaming comes out as a sublime racist who feels that had it not been for whites no...

Ageing pupil tries third time lucky

Ann Eveleth JOHN MARINGA is 25 and he is trying to write matric for the third time. He lost three years of schooling...

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