February 18, 2017


Tebboune chairs Arab League Economic and Social Council meeting in Cairo

Minister of Housing, Urban Planning and Town, acting Minister of Trade Abdelmadjid Tebboune chaired Thursday, in Cairo, the 99th session of the Arab League Economic and Social Council, devoted to discuss important issues relating to joint Arab socio-economic actions.

The agenda of the meeting, being held with the participation of Arab ministers of Economy, Finance and Trade, in the presence of the representatives of different Arab specialized"...

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February 11, 2017


Uberfying public transport in South Africa

Many of us have experienced the simplicity and convenience of hailing an Uber. It certainly seems like the 180-degree opposite of South Africa’s fragmented, informal (and sometimes unreliable) public transport networks.

But what if we could use the principles and the technology that made Uber great, and apply them to our urban public transport systems? Could we bring order to the chaos, and improve the lives of millions of commuters?


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February 1, 2017


Ford South Africa reacted badly in a crisis: it doesn't have to be that way

In December 2015, Reshall Jimmy burnt to death in his 1.6-litre EcoBoost Ford Kuga in South Africa. Since then a recorded 51 Kugas have caught alight across the country, and two more in Swaziland and Botswana. The Jimmy family recently announced they intend to bring a class action suit against Ford.
Yet it was more than a year after Jimmy’s death that Ford recalled"......

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February 1, 2017


Migration, employment, main focus of ICATU meeting in Algiers

The works of the ordinary session of the General Secretariat of the International Confederation of Arab Trade Unions (ICATU) have got underway Tuesday in Algiers.

The session will be devoted mainly to its programme of action for 2017, with a focus on issues related to migration, employment and decent jobs.

In a statement to the press, ICATU Secretary General Ghessan Ghosn"...

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January 26, 2017


Mustang got just two stars in NCAP crash test

EuroNCAP has awarded just two stars to the Ford Mustang after crash testing it, but before you deem it unsafe, or come up with yet another Kuga joke, bear in mind that the sports car did not perform as badly in the actual crash testing part of the equation as the rating implies.

As you’ll see below in EuroNCAP’s breakdown of the four scores that led to the two-star overall rating, the Mustang actually got a reasonable 72 percent"...

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January 25, 2017


Porsche 718 Boxster S Wins Drag Race Against BMW M2 with Roof Down

South Africa is a lovely place this time of year, so Germany's finest entry-level performance cars gathered there for a shootout. The Bimmer is undoubtedly the more desirable car here, thanks to its hourglass figure resembling Nicki Minaj. By comparison, the Boxster looks as flat as a plank, but it doesn't need any fancy tricks.

This little roadster is the result of decades of development from Porsche, and finally, it's got a turbocharged engine. Sure, it's down 0.5 liters of displacement and 20 horsepower, but other things can help a car go fast.


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January 24, 2017


The company bringing Ford's original GT40 back to life

Cape Advanced Vehicles is building replicas of the iconic Ford GT40 using the same body molds that were used to produce the original version of the legendary track car.

Production started in 1999, and the replicas quickly became a hit with "car nuts" around the world, according to CAV CEO Jordi Reddy.

Buyers were eager to grab a piece of the GT40's race legacy. The original"...

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