petrol

Decrease in fuel prices predicted for August

By Loushe Jordaan Gilbert Mid-month data presented by the Automobile Association (AA)indicates a slight decrease in fuel prices for the month of August. AA spokesperson Eleanor Mavimbela said on Tuesday motorists can expect some relief at petrol stations as petrol prices show a slight decrease. “Motorists had two consecutive months[…]

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Petrol prices expected to decrease next month

By Loushe Jordaan Gilbert Motorists can expect some reprieve as petrol prices are predicted to decrease in July. The Automobile Association (AA) said unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF) is indicating a decrease in prices for all fuels in July, with ULP93 showing the biggest decrease. According to[…]

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AA predicts price hike at fuel pumps for March

Motorists may have to dig deeper into their pockets this month, as the Automobile Association (AA) predicts another fuel price hike. The AA says unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund shows a significant increase of at least R1.20 for both grades of petrol and diesel. Last month, fuel prices[…]

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Petrol price hike leaves consumers in a panic

By: Aneeqa du Plessis Alas, after just a few brief months of reprieve, motorists have been hit with an increase in fuel prices. This comes after the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy announced that both grades of petrol has increased by 28-cents a litre, diesel by nine-cents a litre,[…]

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September ushers in welcome relief at the petrol pumps

LOCAL Despite recent rand weakness against the US dollar, the average exchange rate against the US currency is favourable and fuel prices in the country are expected to decrease significantly when adjusted next week. The Automobile Association (AA) said unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF) is indicating significant[…]

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WC Cosatu embark on strike action over crime and high fuel

LOCAL The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in the Western Cape says it will embark on strike action on Thursday against crime and high fuel prices. Cosatu members will march through the Cape Town CBD, to the provincial legislature, Civic Centre and Parliament. Cosatu provincial secretary Malvern de Bruyn[…]

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