In this week's edition we take a look at the Zuma effect, surprising ways the economy will change and deliver a sobering Covid-19 report card.
The air in Nairobi is heavily polluted by emissions from cars, buses, and mopeds. The first solar-powered trucks and jeeps with electric motors have now started appearing in the city.
If you want to experience Volkwagen’s eGolf, you’ll have to buy a ticket to Kigali. Lance Branquinho explains why.
Airports Company South Africa and BMW South Africa announced the launch of BMW ChargeNow electric vehicle (EV) charging stations at OR Tambo, Cape Town International Airport and King Shaka International Airport.
After travelling over 1200 km from Pretoria to the Windy City in the Eastern Cape the EVRT Africa 2019, the first official electric vehicle road trip in South Africa, has reached the halfway point on its intrepid journey towards Cape Town.
Two new concept cars from Mitsubishi will make their global premieres at the 46th Tokyo Motor Show, the Mi-Tech Concept and the Super Height K-Wagon Concept will be on display from October 24 to November 4.
Our oceans and our planet are polluted with plastic and rubbish, killing our environment much faster than we realise. We might not all be able to physically help tidy up, but we can contribute by driving less harmful cars.
A rising number of environmentally conscious Germans are buying electric cargo bikes, which last year outsold electric cars in a country known for its love of the combustion engine.
Many manufacturers are now making electric variants of their most popular cars, rather than creating new nameplates.
Two new Continental tyre types, specially developed for the off-road racing series Extreme E, made their global debut at Goodwood Festival of Speed.
South Africa will play host to the Electric Vehicle Road Trip Africa for the first time in October 2019.
Eskom is considering deploying electric vehicles as part of its fleet.
Volvo Trucks will begin sales of its Volvo FL and Volvo FE electric trucks in selected markets within Europe.
Here are the top motoring stories of the day in case you might have missed it.
From the latest models being launched to a 65-year old Land Rover Defender taking a trip down memory lane, here are the top motoring stories of the week.
The age of full electric vehicles are slowly becoming a reality with UK registrations of emission-free motors jumping by 377.5%, while German automaker Porsche also launching its first full EV.
Environmentalists say the industry can't claim to be green, and it's time the whole event was cancelled.
Toyota, worldwide partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, announced that it will provide a full line-up of electrified vehicles, including unique versions of certain vehicles as well as vehicles developed primarily to support the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.
From seven ways SA will be investing in future mobility to how dominant are Toyota and VW really in the local market.
The top automotive news of the day: Jeep has launched the Compass Trailhawk. New Renault Duster to be available only in petrol, BMW charts EV roadmap.
The top automotive news of the day: Yamaha has revealed that its scooter will come with a swappable battery. See the Uber-Volvo autonomous car and the Renault Kwid celebrates a milestone.
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