SA has priciest electric vehicles in the world
South Africans pay more for electric vehicles than the rest of the world, due to non-existing incentives, says AutoTrader.
CompCom accuses Takealot, Google of anti-competitive behaviour
The competition watchdog’s provisional report on its online platforms market inquiry finds Takealot and Google use manipulative tactics to gain an unfair advantage.
SA's cheapest electric vehicle now available
SA’s most affordable electric vehicle, the Eleksa CityBug, is now available in the local market at a starting price of R230 000.
More South Africans see merits of electric vehicles
South Africans in the market for a car are developing an increased appetite for electric vehicles, with some planning a purchase in the next five years, says AutoTrader.
Transactional Capital begins WeBuyCars takeover discussions
The company says it is confident the online vehicle retailer will accelerate and support a sustainably higher growth trajectory for the group.
South Africans want electric cars but they are still too expensive
Although there is demand for electric vehicles from South African customers, high prices are the biggest deterrent to consumer adoption, says AutoTrader.
SA motor dealer market gets new online auction platform
David Thomas, a motor industry veteran and founder of DealerSA, believes the platform will benefit buyers and sellers.
Tribunal prohibits Naspers’s OLX, WeBuyCars merger
The competition watchdog says the proposed transaction should be prohibited as it is likely to prevent or lessen competition.
Proposed Naspers WeBuyCars deal faces new headaches
Weelee approaches the Competition Tribunal to intervene in the proposed acquisition of WeBuyCars by a Naspers unit.
CompCom unimpressed by Koos Bekker’s investment comments
The Competition Commission hits back at Naspers for calling the institution a hindrance to investment.
CompComm wants Naspers' acquisition of WeBuyCars blocked
The commission recommends the proposed acquisition of WeBuyCars by an entity of the Naspers Group be prohibited.