Motorists have until midnight to fill up before petrol price increase
Motorists have until midnight on Tuesday to fill up their tanks before the petrol price increases.
According to the Department of Energy on Monday said the retail price of all grades of petrol would increase by R1.18 cents per litre and diesel would rise by 22 cents.
High oil prices due to a decrease in production and increased demand in the United States led to the hikes, the department has said.
Fuel Prices Adjustment for June 2020.https://t.co/onPKMrSbQh https://t.co/rbpA5zcyVM#FuelPrice #level3lockdown #Level3 #Covid_19SA #COVID19 @DMRE_ZA @GCISMedia @SABCNews @eNCA @GwedeMantashe1 #staysafe— Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (@Energy_ZA) June 1, 2020
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