Learner Drivers, we all have something to say about them, but remember you to learnt to drive and were on the road. Join Tumelo Maketekete,for our weekly Motoring Show – Diesel and Dust. You can catch him every Thursday evening at 7pm on www.ebizradio.com
- Learner drivers are always going to be part of the driving experience, remember you too were a learner at some time. Some tips from MasterDrive to help you navigate the road when sharing it with learner drivers.
- Daimler Truck Southern Africa (DTSA) continues to make giant strides in the commercial vehicle industry with its uncompromising commitment to the well-being of drivers, has now expanded the programme for Bus Operators. Earlier this month the DTSA and its stakeholders gathered at one of Litsamaiso’s operating stations in Soweto, Johannesburg to celebrate the successful completion of its Workplace Wellness Programme.
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UPCOMING EVENTS: Ladies 4×4 Day – The Jeep and Suzuki 4×4 clubs join together for a Ladies Day, Leeuwenkloof, Hartbeespoort – 20 August 2022 – for more information contact Natalie Shepard 082 968 3380 or email [email protected]
Something special for the bikers out there – The first Annual Mokorotlo Lesotho Cultural Ride 2022 – The idea behind this cultural ride is to expose guests to an authentic and cultural ride experience, only a few tour operators can put together. “Mokorotlo” is the proper name of the Basotho traditional grass woven cone shaped hat.
Dates: 28th to 30th October 2022 (Depart on Friday and return on Sunday) / Venue: Lesotho (Butha-buthe and Thaba Bosiu, Maseru District) / Pricing: R5 670.00
Included in the price: accommodation, food, horse riding, visit to Thaba Bosiu Cultural Village, traditional home-brewed beer, branded T-shirt, visit to the local chief, local tour, Mokorotlo (Basotho hat), branded Buffs
Requirements: Own bike (all bike types accommodated), fuel, riding gear, passport, insurance documents for border crossing, valid Covid-19 certificate / Number of riders: min 10 – max 20