Sokoto's women-run car workshop
In the state of Sokoto in Nigeria, a new women-run auto workshop provides new job opportunities for young women, and caters to a growing market of female drivers.
UN concerned over Russian mercenaries in CAR
The UN's human rights commission has reported executions, torture and forced displacement of citizens in the country. The UN has claimed the Wagner Group was involved.
Tokyo's retro car owners revel in modern classics
Fast and furious they are not, but for a group of Japanese retro car enthusiasts the sleek lines and high shine of their old-school models hold a special charm.
Computer chip shortage disrupts global car production
The auto industry has been left scrambling for semiconductors as a swift recovery catches their suppliers off guard. Strong demand for iPhones, Galaxy tabs and Playstation consoles from housebound consumers is to blame.
Cars torched in French NYE 'tradition' at Strasbourg impound
Charred vehicles set on fire as part of the New Year’s Eve festivities are piled up at an impoundment lot, in the French city of Strasbourg, where around 60 vehicles were burned despite the curfew. Traditionally in France, hundreds of cars and motorcycles are set ablaze to usher in the new year.
CAR: Violence casts shadow over elections
Attacks in the Central African Republic have called into question elections scheduled for December 27. UN troops have retaken the rebel-held town of Bambari but the situation remains tense.
Car kills 5, injures several in Trier pedestrian zone
At least five people, including a 9-month-old baby, were killed in Trier after a car drove into a pedestrian zone in a "zigzag" pattern. Authorities said the driver, a 51-year-old man, has been arrested.
Hot chase by FRSC official causes multiple accident in Abuja
Multiple accidents occurred in the wuse area of Abuja after an FRSC official chased a car on the highway.
How to keep your cars safe during floods
It is the raining season and the roads are flooded. GuardianTV spoke with Benedict Okoh, ED/ Technical service Automedics Nig. LTD on how your cars can be safe during the flood season.
Citroën CEO: Post-pandemic car market 'will not be what it was before'
The coronavirus pandemic has been a double whammy for the motor industry: disrupting supplies, but also hitting demand as countries went into lockdown. Can it recover from the crisis? The Chief Executive of French carmaker Citroën, Vincent Cobée, has said the pandemic had a "substantial impact" on their business, and that the market "will not be what it was before" in the short or long-term. He told FRANCE 24 that while demand returned in June, it could be up to a year before sales "stabilise".