George Mienie chats about Toyota’s plan to introduce new products that are not cars, trucks, or SUVs – all in line with becoming a mobility company, Michael Schumacher’s Ferrari Formula1 car from the year 2002 is sold for a total of $6 643 750, and what to do in a flood. Powered by AutoTrader.More Info
This week on SA’s No.1 motoring podcast, we review the new and improved Renault Kwid Climber. In anticipation for the 2020 South African AutoTrader Car of the Year, we look at the Women’s World COTY winners and unpack the SA contenders. Finally, we catch up on the latest motorsport news, including a 14-year-old who has solved the blind spot issue! Powered by AutoTrader.More Info
This week on SA’s No.1 motoring podcast, we review the new Toyota Supra that has been certified worthy of the name, and discuss how a South African born company is shaking up the ride hailing circuit with prices that are a fraction of Uber X. Catch up on latest motorsport news, as well as why parents in Italy have alarms on their baby car seats. Powered by AutoTrader.More Info
You may know a lot about Bitcoin and cryptocurrencies… and if you’ve been following this podcast, you would have certainly heard about Luno. The app-based crypto exchange is helping revolutionise money, but there’s a lot more to it than that. Luno’s GM, Marius Reitz, tells us more about what it is that Luno does.
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George Mienie chats about Ford’s announcement for building a special automotive hub to boost local industry – creating 7000 jobs, the local automotive industry is one of the very few segments showing any growth in an economy which has stalled… and King Mswati III buys each of his (many) wives a R10m Rolls-Royce. Powered by AutoTrader.More Info
The rise of technology has in many ways made everyday life easier and convenient. But, for all its great uses there are also repercussions. The blue collar workforce are losing jobs because technology is replacing them. Tasks that were done by low-level professionals are now performed by inventions such as automated toll boots, supermarket tills and assembly lines in factories. Highly qualified jobs in law and finance are also being threatened by digitisation, robots and other innovations. With the advent of job losses in the 4th Industrial Revolution, would a universal basic income help mitigate the challenge?More Info