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Anger as Mnangagwa raises petrol prices in Zimbabwe

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Petrol price unchanged, but increases in other fuels

Illuminating paraffin will increase 28 c/l increase and single maximum national retail price for illuminating paraffin will increase 37 c/l

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

Government considering price ceiling for unleaded petrol

A task team is examining what to do to cushion the blow of another increase

Fuel pricing structure under review

Forgoing levies and duties will leave a big hole in the budget for treasury to fill

Blow to consumers as fuel price hits historic high

The department of energy has attributed this increase in fuel price to the weakening rand exchange rate.

Radebe flags October fuel price outlook as ‘major concern’

The minister attributed the rising fuel price to international oil prices, and increases in the fuel and road accident fund levies

‘The DA can grow the economy and create jobs’ – Maimane

The DA says it has a plan to help the economy recover, and the focus is on stimulating small businesses

Energy department intervenes to keep petrol price increase down

The total increase has been rounded up to 5c/l and will apply to both grades of petrol, with effect from September 5

DA, OUTA call for mass fuel protest

DA leader Mmusi Maimane says recent continuous fuel price increases were bringing ordinary South Africans to their knees

Brace yourself for tougher times

The petrol price hike will have a ripple effect on other consumables, with the poor worst hit

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