A Chinese company, China Nanchang Engineering, has approached Harare City Council with a deal to supply 600 green energy (solar-powered) buses and add
Speed limiting technology looks set to become mandatory for all vehicles sold in Europe from 2022, after new rules were provisionally agreed by the EU
Getting an ambulance anywhere in Zimbabwe will now be as easy and as simple as a click on your mobile phone following the launch of Vaya Ambulance ser
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Ride-hailing company Taxify is renaming itself as Bolt.Bolt is the name the business has been using
Volvo has announced that it will limit the top speed of its vehicles to 180km/h in 2021.
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The Zimbabwe United Passengers Company (Zupco) is set to introduce a digital transport system that enforces productivity and efficient service deliver
Volkswagen AG's Spanish unit agreed to a partnership with International Business Machines Corp. to develop an app that helps people navigate around co
Zimbabwe is set to dramatically cut its fuel import bill and reduce pressure on foreign currency demands if the Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority (
THE Zimbabwe National Road Adminstration (Zinara) says it will not increase road user fees despite resurgent inflationary pressures.Responding
LISTED technology solutions firm, Cassava Smartech Zimbabwe, has unveiled plans to introduce tractors and ambulance services under its Vaya division.
Toyota South Africa hosted its second ‘state of the motor industry' (SOMI) event in Midrand on Tuesday (19 February).As part of the event, t
Zimbabweans love their bakkies. In fact, it is safe to say that Zimbabweans love their Isuzu bakkies - in particular, the Isuzu Double Cab bakkie.
For the first time in 15 years, Toyota has revealed a new-generation Quantum van and bus range with advanced safety features, powerful new engines, en
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