May 4, 2022

NADA Comment: South African motor industry shows immense resilience in a month of severe disruptions

“The South African motor industry continues to astound not only industry commentators on the outside but also those people working inside the industry, with its tremendous […]
May 4, 2022

Erratic growth continues in the new vehicle market

South Africa’s motor industry waited with anticipation for April’s new vehicle sales to see whether March’s impressive results were anomalous or indicative of the start of […]
May 4, 2022

THE NEW VEHICLE MARKET CONTINUED ITS ROAD TO RECOVERY IN APRIL DESPITE THE KZN FLOODS naamsa RELEASES APRIL 2022 NEW VEHICLE STATS

Despite the trail of destruction in parts of KwaZulu-Natal following the large-scale flooding disaster causing supply chain disruptions in port, rail and road traffic as well […]
April 5, 2022

Automobil April

Automobil April 2022 has been uploaded for your reading pleasure. In this issue we chat to Gary McCraw, RMI Company Secretary and NADA Director, investigate the complications of […]
April 5, 2022

naamsa releases March 2022 new vehicle stats

Reflecting on the new vehicle sales statistics for the month of March 2022 naamsa said that the new vehicle market’s performance continued to exceed expectations during […]
March 22, 2022

NADA DPP Annual Conference

We are starting our Annual NADA DPP Conference @ 10am. Click here to join us virtually – https://youtu.be/KitKdde4TvQ
March 8, 2022

Annual NADA DPP Conference

Join us, live and in person, at Auto Retailing’s premier yearly event. Reconnect with your industry colleagues and be inspired by our speaker line up. Learn […]
March 7, 2022

Automobil March 2022

Automobil March 2022 has been uploaded for your reading pleasure. In this issue we chat to Pieter Niemand, Director of MIWA and take an in depth look at […]
March 3, 2022

NADA Comment: South Africa’s new vehicle sales boom in 2022’s shortest month

“February may be the shortest month of the year, but new vehicle sales in South Africa boomed as the monthly total soared by 18.4% to 44 […]