Reading Time: 1 minuteThe popular BASF Workflow Seminars are taking place in towns across South Africa and are aimed at bodyshop owners & managers, foremen, and staff already familiar with the repair process within a bodyshop, and/or would like to know more about related key performance indicators…
Reading Time: 1 minuteAttention all members: SAMBRA’s AGMs are around the corner – taking place this coming September and October 2015. Please look out for information and updates from your respective regional managers.
Reading Time: 2 minutesATTENTION MEMBERS: The 2015/16 SAMBRA grading period is about to commence. Please read this newsflash carefully for an update on fee adjustments. (This article is locked for members only. You must be logged in to view it.)
Reading Time: 2 minutesAn urgent notice from the RMI to members, advising and informing them of their risks in the light of the MIBCO Administrative Agreement Expiry. (NOTE: You need to be logged in to view this member notification.)
Reading Time: 2 minutesOver the past year, SAMBRA has been hard at work to build value-adding touch-points for members and industry partners alike. In addition to the subtle changes that have already been implemented, SAMBRA has launched further exciting features for members and partners…
Reading Time: 3 minutesAccording to the Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) return on investment manager Dr Paul Spear, investment in South African youth through apprenticeships and learnerships will not only result in direct benefits for businesses but will also contribute significantly to job creation and socio-economic transformation in the country.
Reading Time: 1 minuteIf you are unhappy or concerned about the service you received from a panel beater (whether a SAMBRA member or not), we urge you to contact the Ombudsman to have the matter resolved as soon as possible.
Reading Time: 1 minuteAutomotive artisanal careers are arguably the equivalent to other professional careers and possibly even more complicated, and they pay just as well. Directly and indirectly, vehicles have a huge impact on the South African economy and it is imperative that vehicles are maintained and remain operational to service this country’s vast and variable personal and industrial needs.