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Ten working days lost to traffic jam
Ten working days lost to traffic jam
Its annual traffic index, which uses road data collected from TomTom users around the world, shows that South Africans spend an average of 10...
South Africa's economic growth slows to four-year low
South Africa's economic growth slows to four-year low
South Africa’s economy, the biggest on the continent, grew at the slowest pace in more than four years in the third quarter as labour strikes...
BMW labour woes hit hard
BMW labour woes hit hard
For four weeks BMW – the world's largest maker of luxury vehicles – halted output at its only...
Naamsa: Strike in auto sector could affect investment
Naamsa: Strike in auto sector could affect investment
European and Asian vehicle manufacturers are considering whether to establish manufacturing operations in South Africa, the National Association of...
Motor-vehicle plants disrupted as workers strike
Motor-vehicle plants disrupted as workers strike
Plants owned by several car makers in South Africa were disrupted on Monday as about 30 000 workers went on strike to demand higher pay.
SA vehicle sales growth seen slowing to four-year low
SA vehicle sales growth seen slowing to four-year low
South African vehicle sales growth will probably ease to the slowest pace since a 2009 recession this year because of a weaker economy, the...
SA's April vehicle sales up 8%
SA's April vehicle sales up 8%
South Africa's new vehicle sales rose by 8% year-on-year in April to 38 566 units, the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers...
New vehicle sales robust, buyers opting for fixed rates
New vehicle sales robust, buyers opting for fixed rates
Car sales are often viewed as a good barometer for the economy as a whole -- and if we look at the National Association of Automobile Manufacturers...
Vehicle sales up, prices should remain stable
Vehicle sales up, prices should remain stable
Is the end of the recession in sight? If vehicle sales are anything to go by, the answer is yes.

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