How soon can we see electric/ hybrid cars in SA?

With the increasing prices of petrol, is it time to look at alternative cars?

Is South Africa ready for electric cars?

Joanne Joseph spoke to Chief of Staff at Automotive at Deloitte South Africa Jan-Hendri Tromp to find out how soon we can see this change.

The electric vehicle will come, it's just a matter of time.

Jan-Hendri Tromp, Chief of Staff: Automotive at Deloitte South Africa

We have to look at the economical aspects around costs.

Jan-Hendri Tromp, Chief of Staff: Automotive at Deloitte South Africa

Listen to the full interview below...


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