Cars running on gas are more than just hot air

Drivers could save up to R5.25 per litre on fuel after the conversion and subsidy payoff – but there are still too few filling stations for users.

Since CNG Holdings opened its first filling station in Langlaagte in 2014, it has managed to convert more than 1 200 taxis, 150 Metro buses and 200 vehicles belonging to the City of Johannesburg to gas.

Cars running on gas are more than just hot air
Cars running on gas are more than just hot air

Cars running on gas are more than just hot air

Drivers could save up to R5.25 per litre on fuel after the conversion and subsidy payoff – but there are still too few filling stations for users.

Mngxitama ‘belongs behind bars to be rehabilitated’

Mngxitama ‘belongs behind bars to be rehabilitated’

They don’t agree on much, but Cope leader Mosiuoa Lekota and Steve Hofmeyr believe BLF leader Andile Mngxitama should be locked up.
‘Poster boy of graft’ Msimanga sues ANC for R3m

‘Poster boy of graft’ Msimanga sues ANC for R3m

Tshwane’s mayor said in court papers Gauteng ANC’s Kgosi Maepa and Lesego Makhubela have defamed him on radio and social media.
Occupying land won’t lead to violence – Shivambu

Occupying land won’t lead to violence – Shivambu

‘We’re not saying people must be violent. We’re saying they must occupy unoccupied land,’ the EFF deputy leader said in Pretoria yesterday.
Zuma gets another hammering in Concourt

Zuma gets another hammering in Concourt

The former president signed a SADC protocol that would turn a blind eye to human rights abuses, among others, which is illegal, the apex court ruled.
What next for Brexit as May wins leadership battle?

What next for Brexit as May wins leadership battle?

What happens to the Brexit process now Prime Minister Theresa May has defeated Wednesday’s challenge to her leadership?
Theresa May wins confidence vote in London

Theresa May wins confidence vote in London

She was informed of a no-confidence motion after returning late Tuesday from a tour of European capitals in an attempt to salvage her Brexit deal.
Central African football boss held in France on war crimes charges

Central African football boss held in France on war crimes charges

In February, Patrice-Edouard Ngaissona was elected to the CAF board seat representing eight central African nations.
Ndlozi doesn’t ‘take Mngxitama seriously’ but defends him against ANC ‘hypocrisy’

Ndlozi doesn’t ‘take Mngxitama seriously’ but defends him against ANC ‘hypocrisy’

The EFF’s spokesperson says the ruling party is in no place to condemn divisive comments, accusing it of being the ‘biggest divider’.
Ex-lawyer blasts Trump as he gets sentenced to three years

Ex-lawyer blasts Trump as he gets sentenced to three years

‘It was my duty to cover up his dirty deeds,’ Cohen said as he pleaded for leniency before US District Judge William H. Pauley III.
‘Dream on’, Zim president says of government of national unity

‘Dream on’, Zim president says of government of national unity

‘There are no prospects of a GNU with losing candidates’, Mnangagwa insists, saying Zanu-PF will rule the country for five years.
Lotto and Lotto Plus results, Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Lotto and Lotto Plus results, Wednesday, 12 December, 2018

Here are the winning numbers for Lotto and Lotto Plus from Wednesday night’s live draw.
Mabuza meets with South Sudan President Salva Kiir

Mabuza meets with South Sudan President Salva Kiir

Mabuza and Kiir discussed the peace deal sand progress made towards the establishment of the transitional government of national unity.
Ten life terms for KZN serial rapist whose victims included children

Ten life terms for KZN serial rapist whose victims included children

Ngobeni would lure some of his victims with the promise of work before dragging them into bushes or to quiet sports fields, where he raped them.
NPA commends life sentences for ‘cannibal case’ killers

NPA commends life sentences for ‘cannibal case’ killers

The men killed Zanele Hlatshwayo in July 2017 for muti, cut off her head and removed her internal organs, hands, feet and other soft tissue.
Pan African Women’s Organisation to celebrate 15 year anniversary of Maputo Protocol

Pan African Women’s Organisation to celebrate 15 year anniversary of Maputo Protocol

The protocol is lauded as the world’s most comprehensive binding legal instrument on women’s rights for its breadth of coverage and innovative provisions.
Controversial painter Ayanda Mabulu ‘removed by police’ over new artwork

Controversial painter Ayanda Mabulu ‘removed by police’ over new artwork

The man known for artworks criticised as ‘pornographic’ was determined on Wednesday to make the world see his Markus Jooste painting.
She was my girlfriend, accused says of murdered Miguel Louw’s mother

She was my girlfriend, accused says of murdered Miguel Louw’s mother

The state today told Ebrahim that he kidnapped and killed the 9-year-old to teach his mother a lesson after she spurned his advances.
State wants international terrorism expert for murdered botanists’ case

State wants international terrorism expert for murdered botanists’ case

Del Veccchio allegedly advised someone on bomb-making, while Patel is alleged to have helped a 15-year-old teenager ‘to join ISIL in April 2015’.
Mortuary workers return to work after arrests

Mortuary workers return to work after arrests

‘We are declaring a big war with the department of health,’ says union.
We are here to be heard by national leadership – ANC protesters

We are here to be heard by national leadership – ANC protesters

The ANC members from North West province are accusing the provincial task team of fixing branch representations, among others.
Numsa gears up for a national strike at British Airways, Kulula

Numsa gears up for a national strike at British Airways, Kulula

Executives receive millions in guaranteed bonus pay-outs while workers, who are responsible for huge profits, get nothing, the union says.
More than 800 South Africans in prisons abroad

More than 800 South Africans in prisons abroad

About 160 are in South American jails for drug trafficking, and almost 100 were nabbed in China for visa violations while teaching English.
Westbury, Protea South clinics without power after cable theft, illegal connections

Westbury, Protea South clinics without power after cable theft, illegal connections

The health and social development MMC called on the community to expose those who continue to target clinics and government facilities.
Manyi, Lesufi ask AfriForum’s view on schoolboy shot dead on farm

Manyi, Lesufi ask AfriForum’s view on schoolboy shot dead on farm

According to his mother, the victim was looking for a job when he was shot in the back.
Why 22-year-old ‘boys’ can stab 22-year-old ‘men’ in the Eastern Cape

Why 22-year-old ‘boys’ can stab 22-year-old ‘men’ in the Eastern Cape

Even the police observe the staunch Xhosa distinction of what separates men from boys.

 

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