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convenience to ensure that you stay abreast of your financial expenses.

Please note that 93 LRP is not sold in coastal regions.

Fuel prices - Petrol Unleaded 93

Fuel price trends - Petrol Unleaded 93


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Minor relief, if any, expected for fuel prices in August

Following two consecutive months of substantial fuel decreases, the tide appears to be turning and South Africans can expect either minor relief at the pumps in petrol prices and slight increases to diesel and paraffin prices in August. According to the Automobile Association (AA), current unaudited data from the Central Energy Fund (CEF) is indicating these trends at mid-month. These trends are likely to change as the month progresses. The current numbers are showing 95ULP down by around...

New Ministers must step up government’s service to citizens

The finalisation of the Cabinet of National Unity by President Cyril Ramaphosa has brought certainty to the leadership of key government departments, a move welcomed by the Automobile Association (AA). The Association notes that Ms Barbara Creecy, appointed as the new Minister of Transport, and Mr GwedeMantashe, re-appointed as the Minister of Mineral and Petroleum Resources, must now ensure effective leadership with a view to making meaningful inroads into critical areas managed by their...

Positive outlook for most fuel prices for July

The small decrease in the number of fatalities on South African roads between the December 2022 and January 2023 festive period and the 2023/2024 period is commendable and signals a slight improvement in road safety efforts by authorities. However, the Automobile Association (AA) remains concerned that the deaths of 1427 road users during the festive period is still too high, and that more needs to be done to effectively deal with road safety in South Africa. Transport Minister Sindisiwe...