Manufacture of Isuzu bakkies (top left of the picture) and trucks now takes place under one roof in Port Elizabeth.
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Isuzu consolidates bakkie and truck plant

Isuzu Trucks South Africa chose Valentine’s Day to officially announce a new loving and close relationship between Isuzu bakkies and Isuzu trucks via the opening of its consolidated truck and bakkie manufacturing plant in Port Elizabeth. The truck plant, which

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Pictured at the handover of the refurbished 12m shipping container are, from left: Udaiyappan Ulagappan, SRSA factory director (Ladysmith); Thandiwe Mdunge, manager: Training & Development, Ladysmith; Joanne de Freitas (SRSA Manager: PR & Events); and Melanie Jackson (Breadline Fundraiser).
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FleetwatchFebruary 20, 2019 at 8:06am
Feb 19th: How can we win the war against road deaths when you have this. I think of the 13 people who died in January when a taxi rolled and hit head on into a truck on the N3. I think of the 12 kids who died in another taxi head on with a truck some years back. They were on their way to their graduation ceremony. If this taxi had met the same fate, 46 innocent young school children and two adults would have died. I hang my head in despair.
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Let’s face it. With the numerous Commissions of Enquiry into corruption combined with Eskom’s woes being imposed onto our nation on a daily basis, it’s easy to forget that there are still good people doing good things in our country, many of whom come from our industry sector. And we need to remind ourselves of this... Read more -
FleetwatchFebruary 16, 2019 at 9:50pm
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Fleetwatch is with Isuzu Isando and 3 others.February 16, 2019 at 1:05am
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Newly-formed Good party has nominated Vivien Law as the party's premier candidate for the North West province in the upcoming general elections.
A taxi roll-over on a dirt road in KwaZulu-Natal has left one man dead and eleven others injured, while a second accident saw two men injured after a bakkie and truck collided.
The community of Bonteheuwel in Cape Town is reeling from yet another murder in the suburb, after a man's body was found in a street with a stab wound.
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