The Automobile Association (AA) has predicted a drop in most fuels for September. Commenting on unaudited data of the Central Energy Fund, the AA says the price of 95 octane petrol is expected to drop by around 4 cents a litre, with diesel going down by 19 cents and illuminating[…]
The retail price of both grades of petrol sold in South Africa will increase by R1.18 a litre from Wednesday, while the wholesale price of diesel will increase by between 21 and 22 cents per litre, the energy department said on Monday. The department said the retail price of illuminating[…]
“FOR the past 28 years that Gift of the Givers has been running, I can’t take the credit. Everything that has been done has been through the grace of the Almighty. And as South Africans, how fortunate we are to have been able to help others internationally in over 40[…]
December is the month of giving and being festive, but for petrol consumers, it might be wise to increase their holiday travel budget to be well prepared for the upcoming festive fuel price increase. On Tuesday, the Central Energy Fund announced that motorists will pay 22c more for a litre[…]
Motorists can expect to pay around 19-cents more per litre for 95 octane petrol in October. Higher global oil prices caused by an attack on a major Saudi oil installation will have an impact on the pockets of SA motorists. The Automobile Association expects the price of 93 octane petrol[…]
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. The price of 93 unleaded petrol now costs 96 cents less a litre, while 95 will cost 95 cents less. Diesel will[…]
Fuel prices will rise by 9c a litre for petrol and 33c for diesel on Wednesday, the national energy department announced on Tuesday. Wholesale paraffin goes up by 8c and illuminating paraffin (SMNRP) by 10c, while liquid petroleum gas (LPG) drops by 7c/kg. This means that inland motorists will pay[…]
The People Against Petrol and Paraffin Increases (PAPPI) has called for South Africans to hold a national protest against fuel price increases by voting out the current government. Fuel prices are set to go up by 54-cents a litre for 93 and 95 octane unleaded petrol on Wednesday. Diesel will go up[…]
South Africans are set to cough up even more for tobacco and alcohol, following yet another increase on sin taxes announced by finance minister Tito Mboweni on Wednesday. If you’re feeling the pinch, one option to save money would be to swap your favourite tipple of whiskey or sparkling wine[…]
Budget savvy drivers should consider lifting their right feet and join the ‘hypermiling’ movement in light of the latest brutal record petrol price blow this week. This is according to getWorth general manager Wesley Procter, who explains that Hypermiling is the use of proven fuel-saving techniques to minimise the amount[…]
Strictly Necessary Cookies
Strictly Necessary Cookie should be enabled at all times so that we can save your preferences for cookie settings.
If you disable this cookie, we will not be able to save your preferences. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again.