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More misery for motorists as fuel prices reach record highs

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintTimes Live, 4 July 2022 The misery for SA motorists will continue in July with fuel prices set to reach new record levels on Wednesday. Read More

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South Africans warned to brace for knock-on effects of rising fuel costs

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintKaylynn Palm, Eyewitness News, 8 March 2022 As the price of Brent crude oil continues to climb, there are calls for alternative solutions to ease the burden on consumers. Read More

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Some relief ahead for consumers with fuel prices set to fall

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintAndrew Linder, Sowetan Live, 29 February 2020 Embattled consumers in a constrained economy will get some cheer from a drop in all fuel prices on Wednesday. Read More

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Most SA fuel prices to rise next month as rand weakens against dollar

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintMotoring Reporter, Times Live, 15 January 2020 Unleaded 95 octane petrol is expected to drop by 8c a litre in February, but 93 octane petrol, diesel and illuminating paraffin are all set for a price rise at month end. Read … Continue reading

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South African fuel prices likely to rise again in September

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintIOL Monitoring Staff, 15 August 2019 South African motorists are likely to pay a little more for petrol and diesel from the beginning of September, and this time the rand is solely to blame. Read More

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Fuel prices drop after 6 months

FacebookTwitterLinkedinemailPrintAmina Accram, SABC News, 3 July 2019 Motorists have a reason to celebrate, the price of fuel has dropped by almost R1 a litre. It is the first time in six months that petrol prices have decreased. Read More

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