Eastern-based Libyan National Army commander Khalifa Haftar said on Friday (January 3) a national war was being fuelled in his country by Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan, who he called a “deranged Turkish sultan”.
Transnet says the Hawks are investigating the attempted theft of fuel that resulted in an explosion and fire at Alberton east of Johannesburg on Monday.
Firefighters have contained a huge fire after a Jetfuel pipeline exploded in Alberton, east of Johannesburg.
A pipeline is on fire in Alberton, east of Johannesburg. This is a developing story and more information will be provided as it becomes available.
Sudan’s transitional government is to postpone lifting fuel subsidies, initially planned as part of the 2020 budget, the information minister said on Saturday.
The Automobile Association says the start of the new year could bring good news for motorists with a possible decrease in the petrol price of around 17 cents a litre.
Seven women are being murdered every day in South Africa.
Fuel stations along Nigeria’s land borders have closed and prices have spiked after customs authorities banned deliveries of petroleum products to stations within 20 kilometres of the border in an attempt to curb smuggling.
The Energy Department says the fuel price will drop from midnight on Tuesday.