Category:Featured September 2011

Government killed the BEE star
September 1, 2011

Government killed the BEE star

High toll tariffs on the highways of Gauteng will hurt and, in many instances, even kill transport businesses, with very few benefits to counter...

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Extra-heavy vehicles dominate market
September 1, 2011

Extra-heavy vehicles dominate market

During the first half of 2011, 12 manufacturers reported a total of 5 674 sales to NAAMSA in the EHCV category. FRANK BEETON takes...

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Taking the bull by the horns
September 1, 2011

Taking the bull by the horns

With environmental and natural resource pressures escalating, the world’s future mobility has come under the spotlight. GAVIN MYERS learns how the leaders of tomorrow...

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N3tc plans ahead for holiday rush
September 1, 2011

N3tc plans ahead for holiday rush

A proactive approach has been taken by N3 Toll Concession (N3TC) to support the UN Decade of Action for Road Safety, by launching its...

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Hilux tightens its market grip
September 1, 2011

Hilux tightens its market grip

Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) has introduced the new upgraded Toyota Hilux range in Southern Africa.

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Don’t be fooled by fuel fallacies
September 1, 2011

Don’t be fooled by fuel fallacies

Are oil-additive and fuel-optimising companies taking us for a ride? ANZET DU PLESSIS visited mechanics and engineers to find out.

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Transformers and Toyotas in an underground city
September 1, 2011

Transformers and Toyotas in an underground city

What goes on under Johannesburg’s feet? ANZET DU PLESSIS and MARCEL TROUT descend into the world’s deepest mine to find out.

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