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The AA employs approximately 340 people in a dynamic, challenging work environment where we encourage growth and development. Because we strive to be the trusted champion of motorists and travellers, we employ people who embody our core values:

  • Always do the right thing
  • Everyday Hero
  • One team one purpose
  • Find solutions

Our on-site learning centre offers personal development and career planning, while our management development program equips candidates with managerial skills.
Our remuneration packages are market-related and competitive. Our incentives and bonuses, beyond a 13th cheque, are largely based on personal and company performance.

Basic benefits include medical aid, provident fund, group life and disability cover. Additional benefits, such as car allowance and vehicle insurance, vary according to position and grade within the organisation.

The AA supports and upholds Employment Equity. Through the establishment of our equity forum, we redress discriminatory practices of the past. We also ensure equal opportunity for all our staff and representation of all groups within our organisation.

We benchmark our recruitment and retention practices against the provisions of the Employment Equity Act and by so doing, constantly strive towards our vision.


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The small decrease in the number of fatalities on South African roads between the December 2022 and January 2023 festive period and the 2023/2024 period is commendable and signals a slight improvement in road safety efforts by authorities. However, the Automobile Association (AA) remains concerned that the deaths of 1427 road users during the festive period is still too high, and that more needs to be done to effectively deal with road safety in South Africa. Transport Minister Sindisiwe...

2024 to start on positive fuel note for consumers

Despite the volatile Rand and concerns around shipping routes in the Red Sea, local fuel prices are still expected to decrease when they are adjusted by the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy next Wednesday. Commenting on unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF), the Automobile Association (AA) says the numbers are still pointing to reductions to fuel prices across the board.   According to the CEF’s figures, ULP95 petrol is expected to be lower by around 54cents a litre while...

Good fuel news for motorists to start 2024

South African motorists can expect significant fuel price reductions to kick-off 2024 says the Automobile Association (AA). Commenting on unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF), the AA says both grades of petrol, diesel, and illuminating paraffin prices are showing substantial decreases that will ease the financial pressure on consumers in January. “According to the data, ULP93 will decrease by around 68 cents/litre, and ULP95 will decrease by 82c/l. Diesel is set to decrease...