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The Freightliner Argosy chalked up exceptional sales in June to taking the top spot for the month in the Extra Heavy Vehicle segment with 150 units sold.
Truck sales holding up well

Despite persistent unfavourable economic conditions, the South African truck market once again showed great resilience by logging another positive sales performance last month. In addition, during the first half of the year, the industry has grown by 2.21% compared to

No, don't be deceived. The mom of ZZ2’s transport manager, Japie Burger, didn’t have a multiple birth producing nine of the same sons. This clever photograph is a superb way of showing what the RTMS system does in giving management the systems and processes to enable an all round view of operations to ensure Best Practice standards are adhered to. FleetWatch is sure most transport managers would wish they had eight duplicates to help them do their job. Well, the RTMS system gives you that extended family expertise.
ZZ2 fleet adds RTMS to its list of achievements
A line-up of the DAF XF105.460 MT23 air suspension 6x4 trucks bought by OneLogix Projex. Driver training is part of the deal.
DAF makes inroads into OneLogix Group
If anyone thinks truck rallying is an easy road, just take a look at this massive rear axle assembly of the racing Hino 500 Series truck.
More powerful engine to be tested in Hino rally truck
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The shortage of qualified diesel mechanics is impacting severely on the ability of operators to maintain their vehicles. Many operators hold the view that a return to the ‘apprenticeship’ system will help solve this skills shortage problem. What are your

South Africa, like the rest of the world, is facing a severe driver shortage. This is compounded by the fact that the industry also faces a lack of quality training facilities for truck drivers? What can be done to attract

Why, whenever there is a truck accident, do we hear that the cause was due to ‘brake failure”? Why do brakes ‘fail’ – what are the root causes for such ‘failures’?

Government was repeatedly presented evidence of possible wrongdoing in the 1999 multi-billion rand arms deal, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has told the Seriti Commission of Inquiry.
The SRC at the Medical University of Southern Africa, near Pretoria, has cancelled classes for the rest of the week after violence broke out.
The owner of the ill-fated Tongaat Mall was surprised to find his mall in the news when it collapsed, as he believed construction had stopped, a commission of inquiry into the disaster has heard.
There were times when the murder-accused former Blue Bulls rugby player Joseph Phindile Ntshongwana could not remember things, his mother told the Durban High Court on Thursday.
Charges laid against some individuals by Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille were never followed up and disappeared, she has told the Seriti Commission of Inquiry.
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