Ford announced on Wednesday that it intends to have a mass-market, fully autonomous car operating a ride-hailing service such as Uber by 2021.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Mark Smyth, Editor of Motor News Business Day.
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By 2025 who should have autonomous cars on many city roads.— Mark Smyth
From a road safety perspective; it’s a fantastic idea.— Mark Smyth
The electric car manufacturer will reach this target two years earlier than expected.
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Political Analyst Dr Sethulego Matebesi says it is concerning that the President is publicly and boldly endorsing his ex-wife.
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Governor Lesetja Kganyago says South Africa asked international companies to print banknotes as part of risk management.
Property economist at FNB, John Loos, says the drop in house prices is due to slow pace in economic growth.
Department of Water and Sanitation says recent rains have increased the Vaal Dam levels but more is still needed.
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