Isuzu is a partner for the long run, particularly when it comes to becoming proactively involved in providing healthcare support to the local community during the COVID-19 crisis.
ISUZU Motors South Africa has extended its service plans and maintenance plans by two months to ensure customers are not negatively impacted by the lockdown which is currently
It is all hands on deck as the Nelson Mandela Bay business community sets out to assist the city's public health services, as Isuzu Supports Business Chamber COVID-19
With the national lockdown preventing many South Africans from working and trading, the food pantries across communities are running low.
FoodForward SA, a non-profit organisation that distributes food supplies
Isuzu Motors South AfricaIsuzu Motors South Africa (IMSAf) has made its media fleet available to Gift of the Givers in support of the organisation's plan to augment public
This is the doctrine on which Gift of the Givers base the provision of water in drought-stricken areas.
While the Eastern Cape province was declared a disaster area in
The Isuzu D-MAX range has been expanded in South Africa with five new automatic models added to the line-up, giving its proven and dependable bakkie even greater driving
Isuzu Motors South Africa in Port Elizabeth has started supplying knocked down (KD) Isuzu D-MAX pick-up kits for assembly purposes to its Isuzu manufacturing facility in Kenya. This
Isuzu continues to hold the number one position for seven consecutive years in the medium commercial truck segment of the South African market and retained its leadership position
Today Isuzu Motors of Japan confirmed that it will be investing R1.2 billion into the next generation bakkie programme in South Africa, while an additional total local content value