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Fuel price set to drop in July

After jumps in the price of petrol and diesel, the AA expects a big drop next month

Zim police detain Mawarire in wake of protests

​Leading Zimbabwean activist Evan Mawarire was detained by police on Wednesday when he was taken from his house in a widening crackdown

Energy department confirms huge fuel price drop for January

The price drops will come into effect on Wednesday January 2 2019

French government yields on fuel price hikes after weeks of protest

An increase scheduled for January 1, was "scrapped for the year 2019" in its entirety, Environment Minister Francois de Rugy announced on BFM TV

Rising fuel costs hit the poor hardest

It is not only motorists who are hurt by the increases. Everyone needs transport and food prices will rise too

State-fixed prices cause major pain

Complex factors influence the prices of electricity, petrol and water, but the state still has wiggle room

Bleak outlook for fuel prices — AA

The Automobile Association expects that petrol will increase by between 23c and 25c a litre

Fuel prices set to increase again in August — AA

​South Africans can expect another increase in the price of petrol, diesel and illuminating paraffin in August says the AA

South African petrol prices still below global average

Asking South Africans to celebrate a petrol price hike might be too much, but at least prices aren’t anywhere near the Scandanivian rates.

Fuel prices to drop next week

The energy department has announced that retail prices of all grades of petrol, diesel and sulphur will drop next week.

New petrol pricing move fuels debate

The new regulatory system is meant to introduce tranparency, but not all the players are happy.

Petrol price to drop by 55c

The price of all grades of petrol will decrease by 55 cents a litre next week, the energy department has said.

Fuel shortages expected to ease up

The South African Petrol Retailers Association says pressure on fuel supplies should start easing by the beginning of next week.

Fuel increase threatens consumers’ Christmas spend

With Christmas around the corner, consumers are feeling the pinch as the latest fuel price increases hit home.

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