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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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Be safe – not sorry – this festive season

Schools across South Africa officially close for 2023 on 13 December and reopen on 17 January 2024. The expected increase in traffic volumes on the country’s major routes means road users will have to ensure they are vigilant and focussed on the road. The Automobile Association (AA) again urges all motorists, passengers, and pedestrians to be responsible, and play their part in making holiday traffic safer. “Traditionally this is an extremely dangerous time to be on our roads; fatalities over...

More fuel price relief on the horizon

Fuel prices across the board are projected to decrease significantly in December, according to unaudited mid-month data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF). The Automobile Association (AA) says the decreases will add further relief to struggling consumers, especially ahead of the end of the year, and the expected increase in traffic on major holiday routes. Based on the current data from the CEF, consumers can expect a decrease of around R1.06/litre for ULP 95, R1.05/l for ULP 93, and a massive...

A reminder to get your car ready for the road before the year ends

November is the ideal month to prepare yourself and your vehicle for any end-of-year trip you may be planning. The Automobile Association (AA) advises that ensuring the vehicle is serviced, that the tyres are in good condition, and that the necessary licences – including those for trailers and caravans – are in order and security measures are in place, should be a priority to avoid any breakdowns, interruptions, or run-ins with the law. With barely a month left before most people wind down for...