The weak rand is the main reason for the steep fuel price hikes that will come into effect after midnight today.
The Department of Energy is expected to announce another fuel price increase during the weekend which the Automobile Association (AA) has warned will take to record high levels next month.
South African consumers may be facing tough times ahead as the weaker Rand dampens hopes for a fuel price decrease.
Only a handful of people have turned up for picket over fuel prices orgnaised by the DA, OUTA and others at the National Treasury in central Pretoria.
The Automobile Association (AA) has warned that yet another hefty fuel price hike is on the cards next month.
South African motorists have expressed mixed feelings about the latest price hike after the price of fuel rose again on Wednesday.
Motorists should brace themselves for another fuel price hike on Wednesday, the fifth price hike this year.
Democratic Alliance leader, Mmusi Maimane, says the recent petrol price hike is an insult to the poorest of the poor who live under appalling conditions in South Africa.
South Africans woke up to a fuel price hike on Wednesday morning that will have a domino effect on other necessities such as food. Motorists will pay 4c for a litre of 93 and 95 octane fuels and between 23c and 27c for diesel. Illuminating paraffin has also risen by 21c. According to reports, this […]