67 days ago
Expect the largest fuel price hike in the history of South Africa, by far, in October, warned the Automobile Association (AA) on Thursday.
The latest data from the Central Energy Fund suggests the petrol price could rise by R1.12 per litre while diesel consumers will pay a whopping R1.38 more per litre.
(This is a developing story; watch this space if you've got the stomach for it.)
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This article first appeared on 702 : Biggest fuel price hike in the history of SA coming in October, warns AA
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