Volkswagen Group South Africa wins recognition for environmental protection at Eastern Cape Exporter of the Year Awards.
An officer and a gentleman: Outgoing Volkswagen SA CEO Thomas Schaefer is heading back to Europe…but promises to return.
Ghananian government welcomes the start of production at Volkswagen’s first assembly plant in Ghana, while African Association of Automotive Manufacturers welcomes new leadership.
Online car searches for second-hand vehicles in South Africa surged to set a new, all-time record for the 2019/2020 review period and recorded a whopping 40% year-on-year increase in online searches.
Thomas Schaefer is leaving Volkswagen Group South Africa (VWSA) to join ŠKODA Auto as the new Global CEO effective 3 August 2020.
Concerns allayed, production resumes after brief “unprocedural strike” at Volkswagen South Africa
The Eastern Cape-based manufacturer has unpacked a number of key changes to its leadership structures.
VW Motorsport has unleashed its new GTC race car, the replacement to the previous season’s championship-winning Jetta.
Seven weeks ago, Volkswagen South Africa announced its intention to repurpose its old factory to become a temporary medical facility. The first phase of that facility is now open.
The Volkswagen T-Roc is one of the most anticipated of VW’s products, mainly because of a lengthy waiting period before VW confirmed its arrival and because of the segment in which it will play.
As the country continues to battle through the pandemic, Volkswagen SA has played a significant corporate role in trying to assist sectors where help is most needed, including the underprivileged communities and schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay area.
After its reveal at the 2019 Festival of Motoring, Volkswagen South Africa has confirmed 300 units of the Golf GTi TCR will arrive towards the end of July.
Volkswagen will launch its e-Golf Pilot Project with the evaluation of six e-Golf vehicles, followed by the VW ID.3 at a later stage.