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Automotive retail group Motus Holdings launches motus.cars in SA
Automotive retail group Motus Holdings launches motus.cars in SAArticle

The newly-launched website is a platform where consumers can shop 25 different brands of new vehicles, bikes, trucks, and over 10,000 dealer-certified used and demo cars...

11 Nov 2020

What you need to know about the all-new Range Rover Evoque
What you need to know about the all-new Range Rover EvoqueArticle

The all-new Range Rover Evoque is now available in South Africa, which begs the question: does it maintain the moxie that catapulted it to the upper-echelon of all-purpose SUVs?

Imran Salie 22 May 2019

Isuzu mu-X takes aim at fast-growing SUV segment
Isuzu mu-X takes aim at fast-growing SUV segmentArticle

Isuzu Motors South Africa is marking the brand's return to the SUV segment with the debut of the mu-X...

Naresh Maharaj 7 Aug 2018

#TriedAndTested: Volvo XC60 D5 Geartronic AWD
#TriedAndTested: Volvo XC60 D5 Geartronic AWDArticle

In my younger mind, I always used to think a Volvo was the car of choice for older citizens...

Ilse van den Berg 6 Aug 2018

Funky, multi-talented Fiat Panda
Funky, multi-talented Fiat PandaArticle

The Fiat Panda is back on local shores with four models to choose from, ranging from two cute city slickers to two surprisingly capable bundu-bashers...

Henrie Geyser 23 Aug 2017

The sub-240k seven-seater club
The sub-240k seven-seater clubArticle

While we'd all prefer to drive a luxury seven-seater SUV, most of us are not in a financial position to do so. Here's a list of the least expensive choices on offer in South Africa...

Ané Theron 21 Feb 2017

Analyst briefing will focus on female vehicle ownership
Analyst briefing will focus on female vehicle ownershipArticle

Research has indicated that 50% of women globally are dissatisfied with their vehicles, while 74% of women feel they are misunderstood by car manufacturers.

21 Oct 2014

Finally, closure for Bullard - and the end of 'Out to Lunch'
Finally, closure for Bullard - and the end of 'Out to Lunch'Article

Love him or hate him, David Bullard was South Africa's most-talked-about columnist for years. Now, with the demise of NewsTime, Bullard is hanging up his boots after 17 years in journalism. He tells Bizcommunity.com why he doesn't regret giving up the financial markets for journalism, even though things ended so badly with the Sunday Times, and why he's happy to finally stop writing 'Out to Lunch'.

Gill Moodie: @grubstreetSA 24 Aug 2011

Digital vital to support magazine sales
Digital vital to support magazine salesArticle

Wrapped magazine has launched its new website that makes the magazine available for reading online. Morne Ebersohn, publisher of the gay magazine explains how magazines are doing themselves a disservice by not having a digital platform to support copies sold on shelves.

5 Feb 2009

Interactive gay TV channel for SA
Interactive gay TV channel for SAArticle

Wrapped magazine has launched a digital channel targeting the gay community, which will serve as an extension of the magazine's content. "Wrapped TV's test broadcast went live at the beginning of May and to date we have had very positive feedback on the channel," says Morne Ebersohn, publisher of Wrapped magazine.

23 May 2008

Latest AA buyer's guide now available
Latest AA buyer's guide now availableArticle

The fourth edition of the Automobile Association's (AA) New Car Buyers Guide is now available. The independent guide to everything motoring in South Africa has gathered a reputation for being a one-stop reference of expert advice on the SA motor industry and its products, providing a wealth of information on new and pre-owned vehicles.

28 Jan 2008

Consumer considerations for buying cars onlineArticle

An exclusive BuyingAdvice.com survey found that just over half of online new car buyers said that the length of the auto manufacturer's warranty was a factor in their decision to buy a particular vehicle.

31 Jul 2007

Cape community newspaper launches
Cape community newspaper launchesArticle

Cape Community Newspapers, a division of Independent Newspapers Cape, today, Wednesday, 18 April 2007, launched a new weekly community newspaper, the Bolander, to replace the Helderberg Sun which previously only covered the Strand, Somerset West and Gordon’s Bay area.

18 Apr 2007

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