- Yamaha Motors collaborate with Africa's first mobility tech platform 'Max'
- More electric buses are on their way to African roads
- Rwanda Innovation Fund to invest in MAX.ng’s electric vehicles
- Kenya, Morocco and South Africa invest in electric vehicle charging stations
- Isuzu East Africa provides the ministry with 48 cars in leasing deal
- Carcarbaba, a car-dealing company debuts in Rwanda
- Autoexpo Kenya showcasing automotive equipment from around the world
- Hyundai dealer to assemble cars in Kenya
- Kenya Govt plans to exempt locally assembled cars from VAT and excise taxes
- Kenya will stop the importation of used passenger mini-buses and large buses from July 1, the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS)
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A strategic partnership between Metro Africa Xpress Inc. (MAX), Africa's first mobility technology platform, and Moto Business Service Nigeria (MBSN), a subsidiary of Japan's Yamaha Motor Corporation, will allow for the financing and upkeep of more than 50,000 vehicles over the course of the next two years. The alliance would enable Max Read More..
Hundreds more electric buses are expected to hit African roads by the end of the year, as many countries begin to phase out internal combustion engine public transportation vehicles. Egypt, the host country, plans to roll out 70 electric buses at a cost of $17 million on the eve of the 27th United Nations Conference of the Parties on Read More..