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Sasol share price spikes as bosses ousted

The company’s share price rose more than 12% in morning trading on Monday when its joint chief executives resigned

Saudi strikes spill hopes of a petrol price cut

The AA forecasts 95 octane will drop by 5 cents a litre and 93 octane by 20 cents

Fuel price set to drop in July

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

SA is blowing its carbon budget

The numbers don’t add up as emissions from coal-fired power stations are allowed to grow

Save petrol tip spills over to crazy

'My immediate reaction was to think of ways to combat the grave injustice of the petrol price'

Inland petrol price climbs up to over R16/litre

The latest hike has taken the per litre price of petrol further into record territory

Editorial: We need to talk about the EFF’s wild claims

'When Shivambu attacked Momoniat, he invited scrutiny of not just his own knowledge of the way Parliament works but also of the EFF’s ideologies'

Petrol price relief for motorists

The latest decrease in petrol prices comes on the back of a sterling rand performance against the dollar.

Criminal charges will hang over BP’s head until May

The company has argued that its reputation is being damaged, but the court would not be rushed

Fill ’er up with manganese

If metal in metal-free fuel sounds crazy, it is – courtesy of the energy department

Queue and A for frustrated drivers

No, the shortest line is not necessarily the fastest and, yes, you do sometimes get it right

AA warns petrol price could skyrocket to R16 a litre

If the rand's depreciation continues unchecked, a petrol price of R16 per litre is possible in the medium-term, says the Automobile Association.

Fuel price set to increase by 39 cents

The price of all grades of petrol will increase by 39 cents, and all grades of diesel by 24.2 cents a litre on Wednesday, says the energy department.

Petrol, diesel to increase in December

The price of both grades of petrol will from December increase by 17 cents a litre and diesel by 10.12 cents a litre, says the energy department.

Zim to blend imported petrol with ethanol

Zimbabwe has passed laws ordering that imported petrol be blended with 10% of locally produced ethanol.

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