JOHANNESBURG – South Africa’s new-vehicle sales in November fell 6.3% to 34,295 units from year-ago, National Association of Automobile Manufacturers of South Africa figures indicate. Deliveries of light-commercial vehicles slid 18.6%, compared with prior-year, while sales of medium-commercial vehicles tumbled 35.4%, to 554 units. The heavy-commercial-vehicle segment plunged 44.1%, to 940. However, the anticipated tourist influx surrounding the FIFA World Cup here next year triggered a ...

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