Brenwin Naidu Motoring editor, reporter and presenter

Brenwin Naidu is an award-winning motoring journalist and the youngest South African juror to serve on the prestigious World Car Awards panel. He is the section editor for Sowetan Motoring (weekly) and Sunday Times Lifestyle Motoring (monthly), and a contributing presenter for Ignition GT.

7 questions with MobiWashSA founder Robert Mtshali


From selling sweets as a child to digitising the concept of the traditional car wash, Robert Mtshali is a real ...

REVIEW | 2021 Mitsubishi Xpander begs for more fizz


A few options come to mind when exploring the realm of cost-conscious seven-seater models

REVIEW | Life’s easy in the 2021 Volkswagen T6.1 Kombi


There are many reasons for and benefits to owning a minibus. For the entrepreneurially-minded, the cargo-hauling ...

REVIEW | Diesel-powered Mercedes E220d is a solid pick


There is still a strong case to be made for the sedan genre. Yes, customers might be migrating to the crossover and ...

FIRST DRIVE | 2021 Haval H6 hits back at Chinese car stigmas


Great Wall Motors and its Haval division reported 1,782 new vehicle sales in May.  That placed the Chinese automaker ...

INTERVIEW | We chat to VWSA's new passenger cars head, Steffen Knapp


Volkswagen South Africa’s new passenger cars head, Steffen Knapp, takes the reins at what is arguably the most pivotal ...

Everything you need to know about buying a used Nissan Qashqai


Nissan was among the pioneers of the compact sport-utility vehicle segment. Anyone remember the Terrano from the new ...

REVIEW | The 2021 Audi RS 7 is a luxury muscle car


In March Audi Sport launched what can only be termed as a gluttony of high-performance wares. If the aim was to send ...

REVIEW | The Jaguar F-Type R Coupé P575 still brings the thrills


Is this really the end? That was my thought as the distinctive timbre of the supercharged 5,000cc heart in the Jaguar ...

Getting sensible with the Toyota Corolla Quest


If you are talking about motoring archetypes, the Toyota Corolla is to modest family sedans what the Porsche 911 is to ...