Times are tough and they're only going to get worse. According to the department of energy, you can expect the price of petrol to go up by at least 11 cents per litre tonight. Diesel will increase by 42 cents per litre. The price of paraffin is going up by 43 cent per litre.
The main reason for the fuel price increase is related to the fact that petroleum product prices are going up. Fortunatel... ››› more
Remember to fill your tank on your way home from work tonight. Due to the weakening and the price increase of petroleum related products on international markets, the price of petrol is increasing at midnight tonight.
The petrol proce will increase by 52 cents a litre and the diesel price will rise by 76 cents tomorrow. As long the rand continues to weaken against the dollar, you can expect th... ››› more
Last night, petrol stations were queued as motorists waited in line to fill their cars up before the new price increase took effect. As of midnight, filling your car cost another 84c per litre. Add to that an increase in municipal tariffs for electricity and water coming into effect this month and you have the perfect recipe for less money in your pocket…
The dreaded fuel hike has happened. Mo... ››› more
Finally, we got the bad news we've been waiting for. From Wednesday we'll be paying another 84c a litre at the petrol pump. Not good news for you or the South African economy. Inflation is bound to creep up after this latest announcement…
Speculation’s been building about how much more we would be paying for our fuel before today’s announcement by the Department of Energy. A general consen... ››› more
Today, we'll find out how much the price at the pumps is going up next week. And if various sources are to be believed, we're in for a mighty hike. Let's see what the analysts are saying…
After the fuel price dropping at the beginning of this month, it’s definitely not going to be the case today.
The persistently weak rand is playing into the hands of a hike. It doesn’t look like we’r... ››› more
If there's one expense I despise forking out money for, its petrol. It costs me thousands of rands a month just to get from A to B and that's before any long trips like a weekend away at the farm in KZN. I'm sure you have similar feelings. So when the petrol price dropped last week you probably had some small sense of satisfaction. But don't hold your breath...
Petrol (currently at R12,16... ››› more
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