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Eish wena! Fuel prices to go up – yet again – in November

15 October 2018 5:29 PM
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Got an arm and a leg left? Or, at least, a good pair of tekkies? The AA has some terrible news for Mzanzi.

(The Money Show is brought to you by Nedbank. See Money Differently.)

Petrol prices look set to rise by 40 cents per litre in November, according to the Automobile Association (AA).

The AA expects a diesel price hike of 70 cents per litre.

The rand has of late firmed slightly against the US dollar, but this was more than offset by stubbornly high international oil prices.

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15 October 2018 5:29 PM
Tags:
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Automobile Association
Diesel price
AA
fuel price hike

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