Ford announced on Wednesday that it intends to have a mass-market, fully autonomous car operating a ride-hailing service such as Uber by 2021.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mark Smyth, Editor of Motor News Business Day.
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By 2025 who should have autonomous cars on many city roads.— Mark Smyth
From a road safety perspective; it’s a fantastic idea.— Mark Smyth
The electric car manufacturer will reach this target two years earlier than expected.
A version of Tesla’s home-power kit will soon be available to South African retail customers.
There are reports that Apple has hired thousands of engineers to work on a secretive car project internally called Project Titan.
The Money Show's Bruce Whitfield interviews a man who owns a number of cars which operate as Uber taxis.
Innovative logistics company PicUp has partnered with TomTom Africa to revolutionise the concept of same-day delivery.
How Pietermaritzburg based Hulamin became Elon Musk’s only supplier of an essential component of all Tesla cars.
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Clinical sexologist Dr Eve shares insights into sexual fetishes and how partners negotiate them in their bedroom and relationship.
A caller wanted to know what the alleged victim had done in order for Grace Mugabe to assault her.
Dr John Sonnenberg voiced his concern that communication in the Helderberg area following the outbreak could have happened sooner.
Mayor of Cape Town speaks to CapeTalk's Kieno Kammies about plans to provide more water amidst the ongoing drought.
Karima Brown says developments in Parliament over the past 24 hours shows the ANC caucus is imploding.
Sikhonathi Mantshantsha says surely as Anoj Singh is on suspension, he should not be talking to Eskom employees.
EWN's Gia Nicolaides says journalists walked out of the media briefing on social grants after waiting for hours for her to arrive.
Shadow Minister of International Relations says Mugabe's case should not be debated any further as she can't enjoy any privileges.