Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) employees and their families gave off their free time this past weekend to make a difference at Walmer Primary School.
Four charity organisations in the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan area have become the latest beneficiaries of the Volkswagen for Good Initiative.
Renault’s entire top management has been implicated in emissions test fraud, believed to stretch as far as 25 years back.
The German luxury car manufacturer not only beat other brands, but significantly beat rival BMW, recovering top sales spot lost in 2005.
Volkswagen has been announced as the overall winner of the 2016/17 Ask Afrika Orange Index Award. The Ask Afrika Orange Index Awards, first launched in 2001, measure and recognise consumer satisfaction across 32 industries. Audi came third in the overall category, thus giving Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) two spots in the top three.
Volkswagen is planning to start production of the Polo Vivo in Kenya at the end of 2016.
On Friday 12 August, VWSA walked away with two awards at Eastern Cape’s Exporter of the Year Awards.
What do a crane driver, a ballet dancer, a doctor, a linguist and a brown belt karate champion have in common? They are all Volkswagen employees and they are all Volkswagen women.
Volkswagen Group South Africa’s (VWSA) employees are not only exceptional at building vehicles but they are also excel in sport. Three employees Mthobeli Vena, Daludumo Makalima and Vuyani Watani recently represented South African Judo team in the Commonwealth Championships held in Port Elizabeth.
The company was accused of using software in diesel-powered VW and Audi vehicles that produced doctored measurements of toxic emissions.