Mobility: A Time For Change - Part 1 The history of transport is the story of how we, as humans have created and innovated increasingly smart and streamlined ways to get from here, to there. Starting on foot our resourceful imaginations have automated transport taking us from horse drawn journeys to wheeled and
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Start-ups ready to grow sustainable transport First published by EE Publishers Entrepreneurs working on projects in sustainable transport are waiting in the wings for policies in the sector to be aligned in order to provide their innovations with the legislative framework they need to be commercially successful. The number of entrepreneurs working in this
African start-ups tackle climate change Petrol-guzzling taxi industry goes green Article first published by Independent News African entrepreneurs are paving the way for a transport revolution on the continent through innovative technology and businesses. This comes at a time when the public and private sector are working together to review policies and regulations that
Petrol-guzzling taxi industry goes green Article first published in The Star on 16 March 2017 Move towards use of cheaper, eco-friendly gas in vehicles By: KHAYA KOKO The petrol-intensive minibus taxi industry is on the verge of a revolution following a company’s conversion of a number of taxis from petrol to the greener and
SA to see more electric vehicles Article first published in City Press By: JUSTIN BROWN South Africa could see more electric cars on the roads soon if a new industry body succeeds in its lobby for government to allow zero duties on imports. Carel Snyman, a senior manager in the SA National Energy
Electric vehicle industry getting momentum in SA Opinion article first published in Business Day South Africa lagged behind rapid global developments in electric mobility, but has the opportunity to catch up. There are calls for policies to be aligned, industry is collaborating with government, and markets are ready for a step change in