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[…]
Economists have expressed surprise at the degree to which the economy contracted in the first quarter of 2018. Growth domestic product (GDP) shrank by 2,2 percent to end March – marking the economy’s worst performance in nine years. It is the largest quarterly fall since the second quarter of 2009.[…]
A fuel tanker exploded in northern Mozambique as residents gathered around to buy fuel from the driver on Thursday, killing 73 people and injuring 110 others, Mozambican media reported. Dozens of charred bodies were scattered around the blast site in the town of Caphiridzange in Tete province, and government officials[…]
International oil prices have dropped steeply and motorists are set for a fuel bonanza in the new year, the Automobile Association said on Wednesday. “The fuel price drop predicted by the data could be among the largest on record. This is notwithstanding a gradual weakening of the Rand/US dollar exchange[…]
The price of petrol will drop by 45 cents a litre next week, the energy department said on Friday. From Wednesday, the wholesale price of diesel of 0.05 percent sulphur will decrease 61 cents per litre, while diesel 0.005 percent sulphur would decrease 60 cents per litre, the department said[…]
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