Kennis Caravans and leisure world, situated in Roodepoort, Gauteng is offering some amazing discounts and deals on their selected new Echo4x4 range. During the month of May 2020, you could save up to R 35 000 on a new off-road caravan or trailer. Use the contact form below to get in touch with Kennis Caravans regarding this promotion. We are informed that they also have a great cashback options available on some of their used caravan and motorhome models too. You could get up to R 20 000 back in cash when you purchase one of their pre-owned floor models.
Two-thirds of SA’s borders will be closed with immediate effect as part of SA president Cyril Rmpahosa’s measures to slow the impact of the Covid-19 virus that has been declared a worldwide pandemic. The following list of borders to be closed, compiled by news portal Business Insider, affects the following countries: Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Lesotho and eSwatini. • Alexanderbay • Sendelingsdrfit • Onseepkans • McCarthys Rest • Middelputs • Rietfontein • Gemsbok • Tweerivieren • Bray • Mokopong • Mokghibistadt • Swartkopfontein • Derdepoort • Stockpoort • Platjan • Pondrift • Zanzibar • Pafuri • Giriyondo • Emahlatini •
Bitter rivals Land Rover and Jeep head to Honingklip, in the Cape, for a showdown. There can only be one winner… The argument as to whether Jeep or Land Rover is the better vehicle can be traced back to the early 1950s when the Land Rover Series 1 emerged as a British interpretation of the WW2 Willys Jeep. Both brands are iconic in their own right and today each of the marques produces some of the most high-tech and capable 4x4s on the market. But which nameplate produces the most capable vehicles? It’s the kind of question that can only
Buy a Conqueror Off-road Camper and stand a chance to win a R30 000 cash back.” Conqueror Trade-Ins welcome. Contact your closest branch. Terms & Conditions Only Available from Conqueror Midrand, East Rand or North Gate. Offer available from 12 November 2019 to 15 February 2020. This promotion will be decided on a lucky draw system.
Named Trouvaille or ‘A lucky find’, the Western Cape 4×4 & Difflock Club’s highly anticipated ‘Mystery Rally’ again surprised with more action than ever before. Story & pictures Andrew Middleton The 2019 Mystery Rally event was bigger, longer and even better than ever. This year’s fifth running of the event attracted 47 entries for a grand tour of the Cape’s most spectacular scenic spots, 4×4 challenges, and epic campsites. As per usual, the guys from the Western Cape 4×4 & Difflock Club pulled off a stunning event spread over four days in September, including about 600km of driving, two camp
Subscribe to SA4x4 now and stand a chance to win an awesome battery system courtesy of Enertec Batteries. Sign up or renew before 30 July and pay just R360 for 12 print issues, or R210 for 12 digital issues. The hamper includes: Discover 105Ah MIXTECH Battery The perfect replacement cranking battery for vehicles that have regenerative braking and/or start-stop systems. This unit boasts three time the cycle life of conventional flooded-cell batteries, weighing 26kg. CTEK MXS 7.0 Battery Charger This fully-automatic 8-step charger delivers 7 amps to larger 12V batteries in the output range 14-150Ah, and is suitable for maintenance
Join SA4x4 and Simon Steadman of Ultimate Adventures for a fully-catered training weekend that combines Level 1 accredited training, a night’s camping and a day’s 4×4 outride. Whether you want to get the basics just right or brush up on your skills, this is the right place to ask the questions and get the right answers. 4×4 driving and recovery skills will be covered, and you get the chance to put your new skills to the test in a safe, guided environment before you venture out into the bush on your own. Four training sessions have been scheduled throughout the
In our second desert encounter with the Cooper Dust Series, competitors who’d come from all over the country, and in all sorts of vehicles, lined up on November 30 for the grand finale of 2018’s seven-region event to test their mettle against the elements. Deep within SA’s rural heartland, the venue chosen for the final – Vanwyksvlei – lies in a region called the Dorsland, accessible only by gravel road. Surrounded by many kilometres of apparently featureless Karoo desert and mud flats, the area is barren and dry, just as organiser Gerrie van Eeden likes it. This middle-of-nowhere town may
With the backing of CTEK Sweden, ENERTEC has launched the CTEK Accreditation program in South Africa, whereby specific dealers in the outdoor and leisure market have been awarded an Accreditation Certificate. What this means to the public is that these fitment centres have received advanced product training and product knowledge on CTEK chargers as well as ENERTEC and DISCOVER batteries – including battery maintenance. Both sales and workshop personnel undergo the advanced training sessions to ensure clients will get the best solution for their vehicles. Between May and June this year, three dealers have been awarded this Accreditation Certificate: Front
There are few people who touch our lives only briefly but still leave a lasting impression. Far-sighted entrepreneur and avid adventurer, Adolf Waidelich, who died tragically by suicide in November 2017, was one of those people. His passing left a legacy which can be measured by the impact he made on the lives of others. He was very practical engineer who, with his comprehensive range of innovative equipment and accessories designed and made for off -road travellers, contributed materially to making dreams of travelling to far-flung parts of Africa a reality for thousands of people. But Adolf was also a