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“The SR-71s taunted and toyed with the MiG-25s sent up to intercept them, scooting up to al
South Africa’s mines ministry will drive Black empowerment in the industry through amendments to existing legislation, it said on Tuesday, after electing not to
Heineken said on Monday it planned to buy South Africa’s Distell Group Holdings and Namibia Breweries Ltd to form a southern Africa drinks group worth 4 billion
The automotive sector is a flagship of the national industry.
The semiconductor crunch that has battered the auto sector leaves carmakers with a stark ch
The world's first jet suit-wearing paramedic could be coming to the hilly terrain of the Lake District in the United Kingdom.
Front foot no-ball technology will be used for the first time on a trial basis in test cricket during the three-match series between England and Pakistan starting later on Wednesda
APRNEWS - Nissan Motor Co said on Friday that Hiroto Saikawa would stay on as chief executive, backing the protege of former boss Carlos Gho
APRNEWS - With its Boeing 737 MAX fleet grounded, tour operator TUI announced Wednesday a deeper net loss
APRNEWS - Nissan Motor Co forecast a 28% drop in its annual operating profit, setting it up for the weake
APRNEWS - German car behemoth Volkswagen on Thursday reported a slip in profits in the first quarter, in part blaming a billion-euro ($1.1-b
APRNEWS- Fiat Chrysler said on Tuesday it will use technology from Alphabet Inc’s Google and Samsung to connect all its vehicles by
APRNEWS - Dutch brewer Heineken, the world's second largest beer-maker, said Wednesday its profits rose 15
APRNEWS - African firms are hoping for a slice of the continent’s largely underdeveloped market for new cars, taking on global car giants li