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Personal security a must in SA

Personal security a must in SA

South Africans remain concerned about their safety with 78% of citizens adding more security features to their homes to ensure their well-being in 2022. This is one of the findings of the Automobile Association’s (AA) 2022 State of Security Report (SoS Report)...
Fuel price shock on the horizon

Fuel price shock on the horizon

South Africans can expect record fuel price increases in April, delivering yet another blow to already embattled consumers. Commenting on mid-month fuel data released by the Central Energy Fund (CEF), the Automobile Association (AA) notes that the current data is...
Poor infrastructure equals poor road safety

Poor infrastructure equals poor road safety

Association says road and infrastructure maintenance is critical to save lives   Crumbling local and provincial infrastructure is contributing to South Africa’s poor road safety levels and must be addressed urgently if meaningful strides to improve the country’s...
Landmark win for consumers

Landmark win for consumers

Government heeds calls by AA on fuel levies and pricing model In a landmark win for consumers, the Minister of Finance, Mr Enoch Godongwane, today heeded calls by the Automobile Association (AA) not to increase the rate of fuel levies, and at the same time announced a...
Massive fuel hikes on the horizon

Massive fuel hikes on the horizon

Forecast increases will lead to record high fuel prices in March Massive fuel hikes well above R1/l are on the cards for all grades of fuel going into March. This is according to the Automobile Association (AA) which was commenting on fuel price data released today by...