Sasol and project partner Toyota will install hydrogen refuelling infrastructure along the N3 highway connecting Johannesburg and Durban, CEO Fleetwood Grobler said in a statement on Wednesday.
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A US car industry group on Monday urged the government to help as it warned the global semiconductor shortage could result in 1.28 million fewer vehicles built this year.
Volkswagen of America’s purported name change to “Voltswagen” was an April Fool’s joke gone bad.
Xiaomi plans to invest about $15.3-billion over the next three years to manufacture electric cars, embarking on its biggest-ever overhaul to enter China’s booming EV market.
BMW has timed its shift to electric cars well and its upcoming products will upend the perception the German car maker is behind on electrification, its top executive said.
China’s DiDi Chuxing Technology Co, which is backed by SoftBank Group and other investors, said on Monday it will start a ride-hailing service in Cape Town.
Traffic officers will be issued with body cameras to help gather evidence and improve the conviction rate for traffic law violators, while government is strengthening law enforcement by investing in drones.
It appears increasingly likely the government will once again miss its self-imposed new deadline to make a pronouncement on the future of e-tolls by the end of March 2021.
China’s Xiaomi plans to make electric vehicles using Great Wall Motor’s factory, said three people with direct knowledge of the matter, making it the latest tech firm to join the smart mobility race.
Sanral has baulked at commenting on allegations that ETC, which manages the collection of e-tolls, agreed to pay R40-million to an allegedly dodgy subcontractor two weeks before ETC won the Gauteng e-tolls contract.