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VW's former CEO to stand trial over 'dieselgate'...

Volkswagen's former chief executive Martin Winterkorn will stand trial over the car giant's massive "dieselgate" scam, a German court said Wednesday, five...

Fare thee well Fr Gerald Jjuuko

In an interview with New Vision before he died, he narrated beautiful stories about his Volkswagen car that he had driven for 27 years.

Panic as car catches fire

ACCIDENT | Three people survived after the vehicle they were traveling in caught fire. The accident occurred Saturday at Katende along Masaka road...

Tough test for driver Rajiv Ruparelia

Ruparelia will have his driving skills put to test, and to prove that he did not fluke the second position during the Autocross championship in Sisa, Wakiso...

BMW, Daimler, VW broke antitrust rules: EU...

The findings form the basis of a "statement of objections" to which the firms will have a chance to respond before the Commission decides whether to pursue...

Volkswagen says it's responsible for 2% of...

"We have calculated how much the group represents among global CO2 emissions," said Michael Jost, Volkswagen's chief strategist told German business weekly...

German police arrest Porsche manager over...

Porsche chief Oliver "Blume informed the workforce that the prosecutor of Stuttgart has taken a manager into custody", a spokesman for Porsche told AFP...

'Dieselgate' sees Toyota gain in Europe

"If there is one manufacturer that has taken advantage of 'dieselgate' it is Toyota," said Ferdinand Dudenhoeffer, director of the Germany-based Centre...

Dieselgate: timeline of a global scandal...

Here's a look at some key events since "dieselgate" erupted:

Volkswagen to electrify entire range by 2030...

By the end of next decade, VW vows to offer "at least one electrified version of each of the 300 or so group models", the firm said in a statement.

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