The Automobile Association (AA) is predicting a significant petrol price increase of R1, 73 a litre from Wednesday, July 1st.
As the country battles the spread of the coronavirus with over 1000 cases and two reported deaths, there is some good news from the Automobile Association (AA) with the biggest fuel price drop on record.
The Automobile Association (AA) says according to mid-month fuel data, the price of petrol is expected to decline by over a rand in April.
The Automobile Association predicts a decrease of between 9 and 19 cents a litre for petrol on the back of the effect of the coronavirus on global trade.
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.
The Automobile Association says motorists can expect a mixed bag of fuel prices this month with petrol due to be hiked and diesel prices to decrease on Wednesday.
There’s positive news for consumers as the price of fuel is expected to drop next month, based on unaudited month-end fuel price data that the Central Energy Fund has released.
The Automobile Association (AA) says government is adding what it calls – a stealth tax to the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Act (AARTO), with the introduction of a so-called Infringement Penalty Levy.
The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) says it will launch a constitutional challenge to the new implementation of the Administrative Adjudication of Road Traffic Offences Amendment Act (AARTO).
The retail price of petrol will increase by eleven cents per litre from Wednesday. The Central Energy Fund says the weaker rand contributed to the price hike.