JOHANNESBURG, South Africa – After an absence of more than 20 years, Chevrolet is making a comeback in South Africa. Delta Motor Corp., 49% owned by General Motors Corp., recently announced that Chevy vehicles would go on sale in South Africa before the end of the year. Willie van Wyk, Delta’s managing director, says Chevrolets will be available in late October, although he declines to specify which models will be available. Chevrolet is seen as a brand that epitomizes the ...
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