Euromonitor International has released research on how industrial changes are shaping the B2B marketplace around the world
In light of the recent study, Game-changing Automotive Policy Developments in Africa, we chat to Ryan Bax, senior industry analyst for mobility and automotive at Frost & Sullivan, to find out more about the fast-growing, untapped African car market
Ilse van den Berg 11 May 2017
Almost four years after Nissan ventured into auto assembly in Nigeria, it fills me with pride when I comment on our success as an auto company operating in Africa
Mike Whitfield 20 Apr 2017
Bank Windhoek has embraced mobile technology to launch the first mobile fuel payment system in Namibia
Casablanca and Nairobi rank as leading destinations for Fortune 500 companies establishing international headquarters in Africa
LAGOS, Nigeria: Corruption watchdogs alleged on Monday that Shell executives knew that money earmarked for a controversial oil deal was being used to bribe senior Nigerian officials, a claim rebuffed by the petroleum giant
Kingsley Holgate's last Land Rover Defender, nicknamed Ndhlovokazi (the great she-elephant), is going on auction this week
Goodyear has introduced the Wrangler All-Terrain Adventure tyre to meet the demands of the increased number of SUV/4x4 drivers wanting to enjoy both off-road and on-road driving
Casper Kruger has been appointed as managing director of Ford Motor Company's sub-Saharan Africa region, effective 1 April 2017
Drivers NG recently launched in Nigeria to make the job of selecting and hiring professional drivers easier for individuals and businesses in the country
Entry of the ride-sharing service, Uber, into passenger transport markets across the world has brought disruptive competition with substantial benefits
Thando Vilakazi and Shingie Chisoro Dube 27 Mar 2017
Volkswagen Group South Africa is making inroads into its ambitious regionalisation strategy through the establishment of its new sub-Saharan region
According to a recent article by Johnson Kanamugire on The East African, the Rwandan government is abandoning a US$35m biodiesel pilot project
Africa is keeping investors on their toes with forecasts far from being true to their word. The inherent volatility and instability of African markets
Ryan Bax 1 Dec 2016
UD Trucks has expressed interest in expanding and growing its business within Southern and Eastern Africa
Volkswagen on Sunday signed a deal with its Algerian sales partner Sovac for the construction of a vehicle assembly plant in the North African country
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia: Chinese auto giant Geely on Wednesday announced it was taking a 49.9% stake in Malaysia's troubled Proton as well as a 51% share in British sports car brand Lotus.
Over the past several years, Ford has worked with suppliers to evaluate the viability of using bamboo in vehicle interiors and to make extra strong parts by combining it with plastic.
Who says that all driving courses are just boring lectures? Not all of them are like that, so you should take advantage of some of the online courses where you will sit back and enjoy the fun lectures. With the appearance of comedy defensive driving courses, things are now a lot more appealing and entertaining. Driving students can now learn everything there is about driving safety by listening to popular comedians. Although lectures are expressed in a funny way, the main message and content should always be taken seriously.