Lance Branquinho is a Namibian-born writer and photographer who has won numerous motoring journalism awards. He once smuggled parts to South America, in a minor contribution to help Giniel de Villiers finish on the podium at the Dakar. He fears for the eventual collapse of the air-cooled Porsche 911 market – and keenly awaits, in vain, the return of the brand's 928.
Is Mercedes-Benz’s compact family car/crossover also perhaps its best A-Class? We drive the Sindelfingen-based brand's facelifted GLA to plot the curious progress of Jurassic park and A-Class.
Twenty years... Read More
In these times of frightening political instability and peaceful public protest, we all know there is one uniquely South African issue we cannot discuss without the threat of violence and promise of retribution:... Read More