SA motorists are still expected to receive what would be a second month of ‘good news’ from soaring petrol prices in early September.
SA motorists had a reprieve from soaring petrol prices earlier this month – and there’s likely to be further good news in early September.
SA motorists are warned against trying these eight petrol-saving gimmicks; petrol pills, toothpaste, ketchup, Coca-cola and more.
Motorists have been urged to be cautious and make some basic changes to their behaviour to avoid falling victim to petrol theft
Threat of a national shutdown as South Africans brace themselves for record-high fuel prices and Stage 6 load shedding.
There will be fuel price increases across the board in July. Only the retail price of LPGas is expected to decrease on Wednesday.
The R1.50 fuel levy reprieve is expected to be halved in July and when the fuel price increase kicks in, South Africans could pay more than R26 per litre.
Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe’s department has been under pressure to come up with measures to address the rising fuel prices
The Central Energy Fund released unaudited data that showed a possible rise in fuel costs for July, when does it end?
SA’s two biggest taxi associations SANTACO and NTA are lobbying for COSATU to join in on the national shutdown over fuel costs.
Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources and Energy says there needs to be a sustainable plan to address the fuel price
This joke had already done the rounds, but now the pain at the pumps is hitting hard. Here’s what you can get for the price of petrol.
With the price of fuel continuously rising, its interesting to see how much it would cost to fill tanks of certain vehicles in SA.
Many South Africans will have to work more than a full hour to afford just one litre of petrol following fuel hikes on Wednesday 1 June…
‘Can’t we just be allowed to stay home until the petrol price comes back down,’ one disgruntled employee write online.
The DA is proposing legislation to help protect consumers against high petrol prices as fuel is ever-increasing in South Africa.
Citizens in South Africa are facing rises in food, electricity and fuel prices but when does the struggle end for locals?
Fuel prices are a topic of concern for many across the globe and with the fuel levy reduction ending in May, what can locals expect?
Some petrol stations in South Africa are putting in new rules to curb the rise in fuel theft plaguing the nation as costs increase.
There are a number of ways to reduce your consumption of fuel – from curbing harsh acceleration to idling, here’s six tips to help you…
The projected April fuel price, which comes into effect this week, brings a dark cloud – but at least we can now say there’s a silver lining.
The South African National Taxi Council does not believe the fuel levy reduction will, in any way, make a difference.
Breathe SA! The fuel price increase for April may not be as painful as previously projected – here’s why…
The Automobile Association (AA) has used data available to project petrol and diesel prices for April and warned locals to brace themselves.
The energy department revealed that if the sanctions on Russia persists, locals could soon be in a situation where fuel rationing is real.