Clued up about tyre jargon, SA's electric road trip - Top motoring stories of the week

2019-10-13 14:33

Here are all the top motoring stories of the week in case you might have missed them.

GM pull-out: 6 car brands which left SA

2017-05-23 07:40

'Every time we refuel, we’ll remember them. The six that left us in this last decade...' writes Lance Branquinho as he lists 6 car brands which left South Africa.

Huge Takata airbag recall: Millions more cars affected

2016-02-23 08:30

Tens of millions of additional cars in the US could be recalled over Takata's potentially defective airbags, which have been linked to several deaths.

AEEI increases stake in Saab

2015-05-19 16:57

African Equity Empowerment Investments Limited, formerly Sekunjalo Investments Limited, has acquired increased its stake in the local operations of Saab Grintek Defence.

Aww! Son surprises mom with dream car

2014-08-15 07:22

Corey Wadden, a 25-year-old entrepreneur, reduced his mom to tears of joy when he handed her the keys to a Saab 99 EMS, a car she adored for many years but never owned. Watch the tear-jerking video!

History of GM's Opel

2009-05-04 14:23

Fiat SpA has just sealed a deal with Chrysler and is now set on GM's European operations. We timeline GM's German unit, Opel.


The last Saab with 66km 'on the clock' to go under the hammer

2019-10-08 04:30

The final Saab, an ultra-rare 9-3 Y14 silver 2.0T Automatic with only 66km on the odometer, will go under the hammer in late October.

End of a Swedish auto icon: It's all over for Saab cars!

2016-06-22 12:49

The Saab car brand was dumped on the scrap yard of automobile history when the trademark's most recent user, National Electric Vehicle Sweden, said it would give up trying to recycle the iconic name.

AEEI concludes Saab deal

2015-11-26 11:47

African Equity Empowerment Investments has completed a R125m deal to acquire a 25% plus one share stake in Saab Grintek Defence.

No open tender for new Aus submarines

2014-12-02 14:15

Australia has decided not to have open tenders to replace its old Collins-class submarines, which could bolster Japan's position as the likely builder.

Swiss say no to world's highest minimum wage

2014-05-19 09:26

Swiss voters have rejected proposals to introduce the world's highest minimum wage and spend $3.5bn buying new Gripen fighter jets from Saab. .

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