NAACAM IN THE NEWS

18 Nov, 2020 #General

AutoX exhibiting its leading automotive brands in a virtual showroom

AutoX, the manufacturer and supplier of leading automotive brands such as Willard, SABAT and the Rentech range of industrial batteries, is exhibiting its products in a virtual showroom hosted by Crea. . . .
17 Nov, 2020 #General

PwC unpacks the impact of carbon tax on the automotive sector

By Jason Daniel, Senior Tax Associate, PwC Alongside the Environmental Levy on Carbon Dioxide (CO2) emissions of motor vehicles, the South African government introduced a carbon tax which became effec. . . .
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17 Nov, 2020 #General

Exponential Growth Possible for Africa’s Auto Industry

Dave Coffey, AAAM CEO The development of regional value chains could see new vehicle sales increase from 1 million to 5 million units a year across Africa, according to Afreximbank. Speaking at an onl. . . .
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17 Nov, 2020 #General

The medium-term budget policy statement 2020

Economic reconstruction and recovery plan The economic and social stimulus package announced by President Cyril Ramaphosa during April 2020 necessitated the tabling of the 2020 Supplementary Budget. T. . . .
16 Nov, 2020 #General#Latest Member News

The medium-term budget policy statement 2020

Cove Advisory, a NAACAM Associate Member, has made available commentary on the medium-term budget policy statement 2020 which was presented by the Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni on October 28, 2020. . . .
16 Nov, 2020 ##AutomotiveAmbassadors

Mbusiswa Ngcobo

Mbusiswa Ngcobo is the Commercial Director and Executive Chairman of Technique Manufacturing Corporation An entrepreneur, investor, and finance professional, Mbusiswa Ngcobo is the Commercial Director. . . .
13 Nov, 2020 #Latest Member News#General#Latest News

MAHLE BEHR ATTAINS CONTINENTAL KAIZEN RECOGNITION

The MAHLE Behr team with their African Kaizen Award, from the left: Gary Campher, Mziyanda Dabula, Michael Canter, Goolam Ahamed and Humphery Tshabalala MAHLE Behr was recognised as one of the contin. . . .

NAACAM IS RECOGNISED AS THE VOICE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENT INDUSTRY