The cornerstones of dealership success.

The NADA Dealer Performance Programme is a platform for like-minded industry experts and dealerships to engage on these topics. Now in its 4th year the programme combines national roadshows, workshops, an annual conference and a supporting digital communication plan all developed to help the dealerships improve their sales, processes and profitability. Conversations are usually focused on two critical questions:- How do I deliver today? How do I position my dealership for tomorrow? .

November 20, 2020

NADA calls on the Minister of Transport to urgently address licensing department backlogs

An open letter to the Honourable Minister Fikile Mbalula Dear Minister Mbalula, Extensive administrative delays in document turnaround times and vital operational systems are drastically impacting […]
November 10, 2020

FNB, WesBank unveil new nav» Car Smart Solutions for consumers on the banking App

FNB has launched its latest edition of innovative nav» Smart Tools on the FNB App. These will help customers manage their money better through dynamic budgeting, […]
November 6, 2020


“New vehicle sales in South Africa are slowly picking up but not at 2019 levels yet. We are not out of the woods yet. While vehicle […]
November 6, 2020

WesBank, leading digital innovation in the South African motor industry

In a first for the vehicle finance market in South Africa, WesBank has proven its leadership position with an innovative and interactive new app that offers […]
November 6, 2020

Incremental gains for new vehicle sales, but still way down on pre-Covid numbers

Major supply issues across significant Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) brands due to Covid-19 restrictions, coupled to the run out of certain key models, resulted in a […]
November 6, 2020

New car sales continue to fight

The South African motor industry continues to adapt and evolve in the wake of COVID-19, displaying a high level of resilience. As the world reels from […]
October 23, 2020

Survival of the fittest for South African car dealers.

The South African retail motor industry is getting to grips with the “new normal” after a demanding and difficult trading period through the heavy stages of […]
October 5, 2020

Naamsa is concerned about the impact of Grey Imports as it releases September 2020 new vehicle stats.

Reflecting on the new vehicle sales statistics for the month of September 2020 naamsa confirmed that aggregate domestic sales at 37 403 units continued to improve […]
September 23, 2020

Green shoots showing in South Africa’s economy

There is a natural tendency for South Africans to look at the negative aspects of the nation’s economy under lockdown, but if we look on the […]