Watch the FOCUS TV show this weekend!

Watch the FOCUS TV show this weekend!

The FOCUS team is delivering a television treat this weekend. The second instalment of Motor Trends – FOCUS on Transport is back by popular demand!

The show will air on Ignition over various time slots on Saturday and Sunday – so, if you’re really hectic this weekend, you will still be able to squeeze it into your busy schedule. Check out some of the accompanying photographs from our television debut for what to expect in the second instalment.

After the first episode aired, we received an incredible response and a huge amount of support from the transport industry. This left transport operators begging for more … Our response? Absolutely!

“We have a real treat in store for viewers,” says Charleen Clarke, editor of FOCUS on Transport. “We will deliver exclusive coverage of the IAA, a fabulous report on MAN’s Consistently Efficient Tour and two fascinating studio discussions,” she says.

“We will also be chatting about Euro-6, tyre technology, the environment, looming driver shortages … and much, much more,” reveals Clarke. In addition to this, the show will bring you the latest news on Automechanika, taking place in Johannesburg next year.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our valued sponsors, MAN Truck & Bus, Goodyear and Automechanika – for making the television programme possible.

Ignition can be found on DStv’s channel 189 and these are the viewing dates and times:

Saturday 1 December: 4:30, 10:30, 16:30 and 22:30

Sunday 2 December: 6:30, 12:30 and 18:30

Make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action and be sure to tune in and catch all of our news!

Please do send us your feedback on the show – we would love to hear from you! Email:

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FOCUS on Transport and Logistics is the oldest and most respected transport and logistics publication in southern Africa.
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