Price of petrol to drop in October

South Africa’s drivers will be happy to hear that don’t need to fork out more money when filling up their tanks in October – the Automobile Association (AA) announced that fuel prices will drop “significantly”. The AA made these comments while assessing unaudited month-end fuel price data by the Central[…]

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AA predicts a fuel price drop in September

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[…]

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Fuel prices drop after 6 months

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[…]

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Slight petrol price increase expected in Feb

The Automobile Association says the price of petrol is likely to increase in February, while the price of diesel is expected to decrease. This is according to the unaudited month-end fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund. The statement says international oil prices have reached a slightly higher[…]

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Fuel price drop predicted

The Automobile Association (AA) predicts a further reduction in the fuel price by the end of this month. Current data showed a drop of around 12 cents a litre for petrol, 36 cents for diesel, and 33 cents for illuminating paraffin. The AA was commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price[…]

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Petrol price to decrease by R1,84 on Wednesday

The Department of Energy has confirmed that the petrol price for December will be subject to a monster decrease, and one of the biggest recorded in South African history. It’s taken eight months for the tide to turn – November proved to be a false dawn when forecast price-drops failed[…]

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Petrol reaches all-time high at midnight on Wednesday

Motorists should brace themselves as the price of petrol is set to sky-rocket to its most expensive yet come Wednesday. According to the latest increase announced by the Department of Energy (DoE), the price of unleaded 93 petrol will therefore rise 99c‚ unleaded 95 R1 and diesel R1.24. Illuminating paraffin[…]

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