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Every playground has a bully

The luxury Audi A6 sedan puts up a strong argument that the segment still has something worthwhile to offer

Touareg: Explore your dark side

The popular SUV continues its push to compete alongside the other big German boys

Audi Q8: Perfectly cool

The Audi Q8 is designed to be the king in the elite SUV class. But is it a victim of its own success?

BMW X3 thrives in the M stable

The compact SUV is so at home with its new badge that’s it’s surprising it didn’t happen sooner

BMW M8 review: Ruthless aggression in a silk suit

Taking the German manufacturer’s new prized asset around the track is an outrageous experience

The case against Floyd Shivambu

The flow of money from VBS Bank would seem to suggest that the EFF’s second-in-command was an ultimate beneficiary of proceeds of a crime

The journalist who was shot in cold blood

Ahmed Divela was one of Ghana’s most fearless investigative journalists. This edited excerpt about his killing is from Faces of Assassination

Maponya’s African dream

By working with neighbours, business tycoon Richard Maponya managed to get around oppressive laws and create an empire

What’s driving our electric future?

High tariffs and the lack of infrastructure are hampering the adoption of EVs in South Africa

The BMW Z4 M40i Roadster: A weekend away with my cat Dahlia

Performance, luxury, value for money and good fuel consumption

The 2019 BMW Z4

Flashier and chunkier

Pirelli’s Folly of the Year 2018

There were no women or people of colour judging the event

The bold but practical BMW X4

Even in tough conditions, it never puts a foot wrong

EU targets BMW, Daimler, VW in pollution cartel probe

The probe lands three years to the day after shock revelations in the US that VW installed software in its diesel vehicles to cheat emissions tests

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