South African motorists are expected to encounter a setback at the end of July, as the petrol price is likely to increase by seven cents to the litre.
Vehicle manufacturer Mazda has issued a recall of 19 000 vehicles in South Africa, the manufacturer’s local unit said on Monday.
The new X3 is set to launch in SA towards the end of 2017, with three all-wheel drive versions.
Experts expect the price of petrol to drop by as much as 64 cents to the litre next month, following a sturdy performance by the rand and weakening global oil prices.
Williams have been tipped to ditch Mercedes as their engine suppliers and form a new partnership with Honda, according to reports.
The SACCI said the minibus taxi strike that was staged in Gauteng this week needed to be treated with the condemnation that it deserved.
The Automobile Association of South Africa said it was deeply concerned by the statistics on road deaths, recently released by the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC).
Lewis Hamilton was at a loss to explain why his car was so temperamental at the Monaco Grand Prix over the weekend.
Irvin Jim said it was difficult to say just how significant the impact will be, when General Motors scales down its operations in South Africa.
Statistics South Africa reveals that motor trade sales increased by 10 percent, year-on-year, in March.