Vehicle sales rise on worries of future fall JOHANNESBURG — New vehicle sales jump almost 19% in South Africa during May. Sales totaled 29,292 units compared to 24,657 units in May 1999. Sales increased 31.3% over April, when 22,308 units were sold. Automakers worry, however, that the weakening rand and political trouble in neighboring Zimbabwe could erode future sales.

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