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Roadside assistance services vital ahead of school holiday travel

With South African Government schools closing on the 24th of June and Private Schools breaking up on the 1st of July, many families may be planning a holiday during this mid-year break. However, while they are busy planning their route and arranging accommodation many people forget to plan for unexpected events, such as an accident,…

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Police and tracking company recover stolen company vehicle and cargo, Krugersdorp

On Friday 17 June 2016, with the support of Tracker, police recovered a BMW used in the robbery of a British American Tobacco company vehicle.

They recovered the stolen cargo (cigarettes) and arrested one suspect in Krugersdorp.

There are still suspects outstanding and investigations continue.





Volkswagen continues to make positive and tangible impact on the youth

Volkswagen Group South Africa’s (VWSA) CSI initiatives continue to make a positive and tangible impact on the youth in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro. United Through Sport (UTS), which is supported by Volkswagen, uses sport as a medium to promote child and youth development in disadvantaged communities. UTS impacts the lives of over 30 000…

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City car’ racks up 9 800km across three countries in 16 days

The belief that entry-level cars are merely city cars best used as runabouts, with little capability beyond urban borders has been shattered by two Finnish adventurers. In just 16 days they travelled 9 800kms across South Africa, into Namibia and across Botswana. The car that Finns Vesa Eskola and Jarmo Kymenlathi chose for their epic…


GMSA Employees Brave the Cold in Aid of Charity

General Motors South Africa employees braved the cold and rainy weather this morning in aid of the annual Community Chest Winter Woolly Week street collection. This initiative forms part of the company’s We Give Back programme which encourages employees to support the local community. Ian Nicholls, President and Managing Director of GM Sub-Saharan Africa, was…