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Continued commitment by TEPA

The RMI continuously strives to inform and guide members regarding legislation and regulations regarding the operating of a business in South Africa. The object of the process is not to […]

Tyre industry getting back on its feet

With the economy finally opening up businesses in the tyre industry is adapting to the new normal. Hedley Judd, National Director of the Tyre, Equipment, Parts Association (TEPA), a proud […]

Gas conversion programme kicks off at workshops

After months of negotiation and planning, the Automotive Remanufacturers’ Association (ARA), an association of the Retail Motor Industry Organisation (RMI), will be piloting its “powered by gas” programme, commenced on […]

Level 3 Workplace Preparedness Webinar

Now that you ready to go back to work, are you ready to respond to a positive test in your workplace? Please find below the invite for our free webinar […]

Is there a future for mechanics?

As the electric car movement continues to gain ground, people may question whether there will still be a future for mechanics. Electric cars are not the only threat to traditional […]

What you see is not necessarily what you get

Buying a second hand car can be an exciting purchase and a good economical decision provided there are no unexpected surprises.  Typically, the reliability of a second hand car is […]

Ready for business?

When the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA) workshops around the country opened for business after the initial period of Level 5 lockdown regulations, they faced a new set of protocols […]

Work experience for 72 unemployed youths

Isuzu Motors South Africa (IMSAf) is supporting the Youth Employment Service (YES) Programme and has placed 72 candidates for the first time this year. The YES programme was launched by […]