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Following heavy rains encountered in and around the Kruger area, this is an urgent warning. The following areas have been affected:
By Tourism Update
In light of security concerns, the Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF) has released a statement advising that the country enjoyed a peaceful Christmas season but that regions close to the Kenya-Somalia border remain ‘no-go’ areas.
By Maputo Corridor Logistics Initiative (MCLI)
The Lebombo and Ressano Garcia Border Posts opened for 24 hours with effect Thursday the 1st of December 2011 and will continue to operate for 24 hours until midnight on Monday the 16th of January 2012.
Our thanks and appreciation is extended to members for permitting the Automobile Association to present to the committee.
By Gary Ronald
Who would have thought that a comment by the Minister of Transport would have such immediate resonance with the motoring public. The mere suggestion of reducing the national 120 km/h speed limit to 100 km/h has created outraged debate and caused more than one petrol-head to reach for the Prozac.
Questions and answers on BP Ultimate fuel. The AA uses BP Ultimate, shouldn't you?
By DEKRA Automotive
DEKRA Automotive opens its 16th state of the art roadworthy test centre in Cape Town Airport Industrial.
There are over 18 000 people that travel to the annual weekend long Oppikoppi music festival, that will take place from 5-8 August. With so many travellers on the road and potential emergencies that may occur, who better to get them out of sticky road situations than us, the leader in emergency roadside assistance?
We have embraced new ways of communicating and connecting with existing and potential AA Members by venturing into the digital world of social media through our Facebook and Twitter pages. Following these two initiatives, we have now made our way into the youthful world of MXit.
Buying a car online can be an easy and safe process, but you should always be vigilant, as there are fraudsters out to defraud you. AA Autobay warns prospective buyers to be extra cautious when buying a car online due to an increase in the cases where car keys are duplicated before the sale is finalised. First Page << Prev Page Next Page >> Last Page